First Look: Pseushi Drop The Final Instalment of Their Bold Third Collection
Classics.
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Sydney label Pseushi have now unleashed the final instalment of their third collection, which sees the brand take a more bold and direct approach to their garments printed on classic silhouettes.

The brainchild of local lads Chris Loutfy and Wes Chiang, Pseushi have united with like-minded creatives from Sydney for a slick lookbook executed by John Buckley behind the lens, with garments worn by friends like Olivia Suleimon (IZMZ/Girls) and styling from Aggie Choi.

Heading into a sweaty summer that requires maximum thigh ventilation and comfort levels, our favourites are the mesh shorts which arrive in a royal blue/yellow colour scheme that was surely inspired by the Parramatta Eels. There’s also a black version for the tamer fashionistas who still wanna stunt.

Alongside the mosh shorts, the work shirt is also a highlight, with both items seemingly taking strong aesthetic cues from the hardcore punk scene. They have been printed on blanks from Champion and Dickies, two staple brands who have been tested over time and given a resounding thumbs up.

See the lookbook below and cop your latest dose of Pseushi right here:

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Words by Christopher Kevin Au December 21, 2016
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