Union & Dickies Team Up for “Get Off My Dickies” Collection

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Brands: Union x Dickies

Season: SS18

Key Pieces: Coaches jacket and matching chinos give off an understated workwear aesthetic with a minimalist, clean-fitting twist.

Editor’s Notes: Union LA unveils its latest collection of garments this spring in a new editorial titled, “Get Off My Dickies,” featuring a collaboration with the renowned workwear label.

🗣 We’re proud to announce the Union x Dickies “Get Off My Dickies” collection. Putting our twists on the classics, the collection will be available this Saturday, June 2 at both @unionlosangeles and @uniontokyo stores, and online at 9am PST. Check out the full editorial by clicking the link in the bio and stay tuned for further details #sooncome

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Encompassing a variety of tees, shirts, jackets, chinos and more, the range of apparel are rendered in vibrant summer hues like pink and blue, along with classic black and white tones, as each staple silhouette are punctuated with Dickies and Union co-branding, in addition to bold “Get Off My Dickies” embroidery.

Furthermore, the pieces have been reconstructed to be more contemporary and slightly more fashion forward, as the inspiration for the entire collection references the ’90s self affirmation vibe of fashion.

Consisting of both men’s and womenswear, you can find the full collection at Union’s Los Angeles and Tokyo flagships starting Saturday, June 2, and online at 9 a.m. PST.


For more shopping, OFF-WHITE is expected to reveal a new location in the Philippines tomorrow.

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