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FOR MULA London drop their highly anticipated ‘Collection 2’

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London based streetwear brand FOR MULA drop ‘Collection 2’ amidst SS19 season

Up and coming streetwear brand FOR MULA London prepares to deliver their highly anticipated second drop just in time for summer.

This youthful and exciting brand is proud to reveal their latest collection, which draws inspiration from the 90’s era with items like the Rugby polo shirt. This arrives with a sleek salmon finish and a bold Staple tee logo. FOR MULA‘s follow-up range with retro apparel communicates the very DNA of the brand – which is to embed their unique aesthetic into every piece.

The collection also accommodates the arrival of orange and black windbreakers which feature reflective 3M branding, bringing contemporary detailing to their old school apparel. Talking to us about the brand, founder Omoskrilla:

“We have the intention as a brand to create extremely rare merchandise focusing on individuality rather than the masses”

The brand takes influence from the youth and the streets with raw, disruptive content meant to steer away from fitting into society, whilst also preaching to its followers to ‘find your formula’.This genuine message, along with the brand’s high-quality garments, sounds like a recipe for success to us.

Check out the delivery in full via our gallery above or be sure to explore more style news via our link below. You can also comment your thoughts on the collection or simply check out all available release info underneath.


BrandFOR MULA London

Season: Collection 2 (SS19)

Prices: Pour de Mula Sweatpants (£35.00), Staple Long Sleeve Rugby Shirt 50.00), Black/Orange 3M Windbreaker (TBA)

Drop Date: Available now / April 14th (full collection)

Where to Purchase: FOR MULA online here (6.57pm GMT)


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