Nicce drops their SS19 collection and sees an eclectic combination of streetwear and sportswear subcultures embraced under the classic Nicce aesthetic.
Nicce was established in 2013 by founder Mitchel Galvin-Farnol, focusing on clean, simple, quality contemporary casual-wear and streetwear that is as accessible as it is wearable. The brand’s style is formed from its roots in Ibiza fused with the creativity and diverse culture of its home in London, creating a truly unique and original streetwear brand. As the company has emerged as an inimitable force within the industry, it has continued to uphold and embrace the originality loved by its loyal fan base.
This season sees Nicce explore scenes from skate culture to the hip hop scene of the Bronx; even taking inspiration for one of the seasons key tracksuits from the iconic Evil Knieval. Oversized silhouettes and vintage style outsize sportswear mix with vert stripe cut’n’sews and skater horizontals for an updated take on the Nicce offering.
Strong color stories permeate the season with bold sportswear hues in yellow, black and red alongside their washed out neighbours in pastel tones. Red becomes a beach worn dirty pink, navy to a muted ocean blue and black breaks down to a silver grey, creating a palette that sees early breakdance culture meet with 80’s skate and Glasto sunsets.
Outerwear for the season takes on an architectural twist with lightweight but strong puffs and color blocked sweats and hoodies remaining the mainstay of the range. Angular cut and sew detailing across ponchos, macs and shorts feature the staple oversized ‘N’ logo and angled repeater prints with the festival season in mind.
The SS19 collection is available online now.