26/05/2016
Outer Peace Inner Visions.

Words by

Amber De Luca - Tao

Wrangler has collaborated with New York based artist, Josh Gurrie (AKA The Everythings), for its winter capsule collection Outer Peace Inner Visions.

Drawing inspiration from the ’60s counterculture movement, Outer Peace Inner Visions is all about juxtaposing psychedelic vibes and military styles.

As you'd have guessed, there’s a major focus on denim. Jeans come in a heap of styles with the standout being the Hi Bells, a pair of high-waisted flared jeans in a dreamy mid-blue wash.

Military green also wins attention in the range, across a hooded parka, mid-length parka and a striped tee.

And to celebrate the drop, Wrangler’s giving you and three mates the chance to win a bundle of road trip essentials valued at over $3000. The lucky winner will get:

  • A 6 person tent
  • A Wandering Folk picnic rug
  • 4 x The North Face sleeping bags
  • 4 x pairs of ugg boots
  • 4 x Wrangler outfits
  • A JBL Bluetooth speaker

You can enter here and while you wait to hear if you've won, you can check out the full Outer Peace Inner Visions collection here.

wrangler.com.au

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