Corteiz, Clint419’s London-based streetwear imprint that’s recently been setting the UK fashion scene alight, presents its latest mainline collection that welcomes new summer-ready styles and strays away from the Alcatraz-adorned designs that the UK and rest of the world have grown accustomed to.
Even if you’ve never tried to cop any Corteiz gear, the modern streetwear brand has become well known all over the world for its immediate cultural impact it’s made through its captivating pop-ups and unique marketing strategies.
CRTZ has seen some high profile collaborations, but none as big as its Nike collaboration that introduced the still-in-demand Air Max 95 in three colourways of “Gutta Green,” “Pink Beam,” and “Aegon Storm.”
The launch of each silhouette resulted in what looked like an inner-city frenzy in London, New York, and Paris, but now the entire streetwear community is anxiously waiting to see what CRTZ has install next.
With a new global audience at their dispense, a new array of campaign imagery showcases Corteiz’s new collection that’s drifted away from their familiar tracksuit co-ords and puffer jackets as a new selection of experimental summer-ready garments takes the spotlight.
The new unisex range showcases a selection of Corteiz emblems and abbreviations placed on its new capsule of denim co-ord sets, distressed T-shirts, knitwear, waterproof jackets, shorts and much more.
The standout pieces has to go to the denim co-ord set that features a “C” stitching to the rear of the jacket, the black and yellow shell tracksuit with signature Corteiz Alcatraz branding and the “RTW” football jersey that’s inspired by the Mexican football team Club América and their 1994 home kit.
The latest summer collection from Corteiz is currently available from the brands official website and if this drop is like any other Corteiz drop, they won’t be available for long.