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Sunspel Archival Print

Casual British Style for the Spring and Summer | Sunspel

Spring is quickly approaching and soon your wardrobe will be switching over to fit the season. For us here at LuxuriousPROTOTYPE we like to mix a little more causal pieces into our Spring and Summer wardrobe. We’ve stumbled upon Sunspel, a British brand that has some simple but clean looking shirts and sweatshirts (even James Bond wears Sunspel).

Sunspel Archival Print

Sunspel recently introduced three archival prints for its Spring/Summer 2013 collection. A symbol for things to come, the Airplane graphic was extracted from letterhead used by a Long Eaton travel agent found in the Sunspel archives. The additional two prints are of Bill the Dog, once the mascot at Sunspel, who would trot about the Long Eaton factory in the 1930’s.

Sunspel Archival Print

The archival prints are available in t-shirts and sweatshirts in grey melange, navy melange and white (t-shirts only) and were produced using traditional methods by a local print house in Nottingham. The t-shirts retail for $77 and the sweatshirts are $147.

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