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Featherduck unveils bold & vibrant graphic design T-Shirts
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Feb '14
For spring/summer 2014 and perfectly in time for the end of migration season FATHERDUCK presents its “TOP." capsule collection, capturing the excitement of London's Street style with attention-grabbing design and energetic colour. Taking a cue from the name of the brand and have appointed the DUCK as the latest animal to grace Streetwear aesthetics.
 
The capsule collection offers a provocative twist on day-to-day tops, where street meets sport and ones personality shines through style. The range is centered around T-shirt dressing and pushing basics to a whole new level. The vivid prints come in t-shirts that feel like the lovechild of one’s favourite classic tee and a wetsuit.
 
The T-shirts are of a relaxed and oversized fit; with a mix of bold and vibrant graphic designs, they are a sure-fire way to capture the room's attention, as the duck motif has a refreshing feel. Bugs, ducks, and stuff: just a few of the many words one could use to describe the prints in FATHERDUCK's t-shirt dressing SS14 collection.
 
With the imminent FIFA world cup approaching, FATHERDUCK is kicking off the football season with the release of the Ducktopus T-shirt series in June. Featuring a print with contrasting overlaid images of a DUCK and an Octopus in rare form, the Ducktopus series is inspired by animal oracle, Paul the Octopus of the 2010 world cup fame.
 
The SS14 T-shirt collection from FATHERDUCK aims to transform staples with the attitude packed T-shirts and take an assertive route to powerful street style.
 

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