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Fight autumn with colour – new CROPP collection
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Sep '12
CROPP presents autumn/winter collection. Contrasting colours, playing with forms and a lot of humour combined with the latest trends – this is the best summary of the latest CROPP autumn-winter collection.  

A mix of styles, colours and cuts will effectively heat up the atmosphere that is slowly cooling.
 
The colours of the women’s collection are very diversified – from autumnal shades of orange and yellow, through energetic neon-bright pinks and greens, to the combination of faded denim with shades of mustard, sand and brown.
 
Typical sporty outfits include T-shirts, sweatshirts with geometrical patterns and tracksuit trousers with a waist tie. In the latter case the threat of boredom has been eliminated by neon elements – trims or welts.
 
For fans of a more girlish, ironic style CROPP has prepared cardigans with bows, striped shirts and sweaters, jackets and platform shoes. Girls who are more daring may choose garments with leopard spots and other animal patters in fashionable cuts referencing the 1980s. For rebellious fans of this trend, we have worn leather jackets with stand-up collars, vintage motorcycle jackets, checked shirts, as well as timeless, worn blue jeans.
 
The prints are dominated by funny, cartoon animals, black and white photoprints with neon accents, hearts configured in mathematical formulae and … moustaches. Apart from humour, at the beginning of autumn we will also need large bags and backpacks, which can’t be missing from the CROPP collection.
 
The men’s collection is also dominated by bright colours and funny prints; this season featuring Gorillaz, Angry Birds, characters from Star Wars or prints by Krik, a street artist from Gdansk. CROPP combines grey with bright green or orange, while turquoise is contrasted with neon yellow on two- or three-colour sweatshirts with hoods. A strong weapon in the fight against autumn depression comes in the bright colours of T-shirts: cornflower blue, green or the timeless red-yellow-green trio in the positive rasta style. There are also neon accents contrasting with black in surprising details – soles, appliqués or buttons.
 
The casual part of collection is calmer - it is based on shades of grey, navy blue and blue, combined with browns and shades of sand. CROPP decided to approach fashion cuts in an unconventional way - sweatshirts with asymmetrical zips, trousers with braces, duffle coats “mixed” with military jackets and all of that intermingled with clear military and urban inspirations.
 
The autumn collection is available at CROPP brand stores.
 

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