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Tu Mens Graduate fashion Week Tu Graduate Fashion Week Anarchy Logo Tu Mens Punk Fashion

Inspired by the punk-hippie counter-culture of the 1980’s, this collection has a strong focus on bold washes of denim, whilst bleaching and distressing gives an authentic edge to the classic skinny fit style. Resort-style co-ords in tonal tartans inject a sense of youth teamed with punk slogan tees, bringing the collection to life.

Bold stripes layered under tartans stay true to rebellious Punk style.


TU Mens Co-ord Jacket Shorts


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TU GFW Slogan Tees

Giving punk a modern refresh with this tartan check co-ord. The tonal background to this piece creates a younger twist on the original 1980’s trend. To give your wardrobe a head to toe monochrome update, the collections slogan tee creates a clean and fresh approach to classic punk style.

We are the flowers in your dustbin Tu Mens Checked Shirts Tu Mens Striped Tshirt


Layer up with print on print from bright checks and classic stripes to really reflect the rebellious punk era. The red and black check shirt gives a bold and refreshed look to the darker classic feel to punk.

TU Mens Denim Bleached Shorts Tu Mens Ripped Black Skinny Denim Jeans


Details on denim have been given a key focus in this collection with attention on washes to give classic denim styles an edgy modern update. The classic denim shorts that makes a key staple to any summer wardrobe have been updated with bleaching to give a distressed focus to a classic style.


Amy Vanderwal Amy Vanderwal Oliver Amy Signature

Amy has built her 12-piece collection of distressed denim and check flannel prints whilst working alongside Oliver Spencer who has given her advice and direction from his own design experience. Amy has loved working closely with the different teams to really gain an in-depth understanding of how the fast paced retail industry works. Amy says she’s been on an incredible journey of development on both a personal level and as a young emerging designer and is now excited to see her punk inspired collection launch!