Guess dips back into its stripe-themed ’80s and ’90s archives, announcing plans for a collaboration with designer Sean Wotherspoon, the founder of vintage store Round Two. Wotherspoon is having a bit of a moment, having just come off of a very well received Air Max 1/97 collaboration with Nike.
Offerings are dominated by striped short-sleeve tops, but the capsule includes dyed denim jackets, color-block hoodies and overalls.
The collection will sold at a Guess-hosted event in Los Angeles called Farmer’s Market. Taking inspiration from Complexcon’s event, the pop-up is described as a “marketplace of fashion, street and lifestyle brands.” In addition to product, the event will include food, entertainment and a skate ramp.
Participating brands include Chinatown Market, Pleasures, and Utmost. Guess will also showcase a denim collection made in collaboration with Darren Romanelli aka DRx Romanelli.
The event will take place on May 5, 2018 (Cinco de Mayo) at Guess’ downtown Los Angeles headquarters. In order to attend, you will have to register for a wristband at guess.com.
If you don’t live in Los Angeles but still want to buy the Sean Wotherspoon collection, it will drop on May 5, 2018 at select retailers and guess.com. Shirts will range in price from $60-$80.
Check out shirts plus a Round Two that provides an additional look at offerings.