Common Projects has just unveiled its Spring/Summer '16 line and it has pretty much made our day.

A brief summary as follows:

  • There is baby motherfluffin' pink
  • There is baby motherfulffin' pink with velcro straps
  • Those softer green, blue and off-white are pretty pretty
  • OH MA LORD THERE IS PASTEL TONED SUEDE
  • How many shades of grey can they fit into one line?
  • ...Fifty?
  • That's a solid selection of white
  • That silver is mint

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