Ready or not, Spring is right around the corner. To be honest, most of us are probably ready for a change in weather. With some warmer days ahead, the good folks over at HUF are back with some new style for the season ahead. Today the brand returns to proudly present the Spring 2021 collection. The range includes a nostalgic aesthetic, serving up a lineup of apparel and accessories celebrating early-2000s skate culture.
The latest batch of designs from HUF features inspiration from the OG-Internet days and lofi-digi vibes. The brand has applied computer-generated art, inverted graphics, and a variety of digital fonts to a new selection of classic HUF designs. The lineup features bold technical trims, color-blocking, and graphic-heavy patterns, which are seen on casual, baggy silhouettes. Spring-ready fabrics and colorways meet heritage HUF logos, while hand-drawn graphics with a 2000s-twist referencing the Y2K-hysteria add a nice touch.
The water-activated all-over print reading ‘Fuck It’ translated from several different languages is seen on shorts and hats, as well as color-changing graphics activated by UV light. The lineup is unique and eye-catching, serving as a stylish homage to the past.
Take a closer look at the latest designs in the images below and look for Delivery 1 of the HUF Spring 2021 Collection now at the brand’s flagship stores and online shop. Delivery 2 is set to release on March 11th. While we patiently wait, be sure to check back with The Culture Curators for more style and streetwear selections coming soon.
Photos via HUF