Places+Faces Celebrates Its 10-Year Anniversary With Surprise Capsule Collection

London-based streetwear brand Places+Faces is celebrating 10 years as a fashion entity and to mark the occasion, the imprint has enlisted a slew of Britain’s finest creatives, including UK rap star Central Cee, to front its new collection.

The world of streetwear has taken over the UK’s streets in recent years. For example, Manchester has been dominated by the likes of Clints and Drama Call, while Birmingham has been taken over by emerging brand, Bene Culture. However, in and amongst the UK’s capital, there always seems to be a new brand on the horizon, one looking to emulate the international successes of Corteiz and Trapstar.

But, for Places+Faces, the 10-year-old brand was one of the first to set a blueprint for UK streetwear, using the grittiest sides of London’s streets as its outlet for expression, while also creating demand and hype around its limited drops that come with a moment’s notice.

This is being celebrated in P+F’s latest collection as the brand explores various silhouettes and styles that cover all bases as we navigate the heart of the UK’s unpredictable summer. Starting with a new unisex branded jersey, the collection also welcomes a slew of womenswear pieces, including skirts, crop tops, vests, and more.

Additionally, tracksuit co-ords — hit with customary branding along the side of the jogger’s leg and the middle of the corresponding hoodie — are joined by graphic T-shirts, ribbed knitwear, and lightweight and breathable outerwear pieces that are crafted with adjustable toggles around the waistline alongside various technical pockets that are suited to inner-city living.

You can take a closer look at the new collection from Places+Faces above and it will be available to shop via the brand’s official website from July 28 at 3 p.m. BST.

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