Surrender’s SS 2020 collection features unique brands and must-cop pieces

Surrender’s SS 2020 collection features unique brands and must-cop pieces

Surrender’s SS20 collection has arrived at 268 Orchard.

Surrender’s SS20 exterior shot

Here are some of the brands from Surrender’s SS20 collection you need to check out, and our favorite pieces from each collection.

As February draws to a close, Surrender is bringing out a slew of new pieces for their Fall/Winter collection. Surrender’s SS20 collection features brands and pieces that fuse high fashion sensibilities with streetwear aesthetics. Each of these collections has earned its place on Surrender’s shelves, with unique pieces that truly embody streetwear’s direction in 2020. Here are the brands you need to check out.

We11done Carryovers
Worn by the likes of Billie Eilish, Kylie Jenner, G-Dragon and Hyuna, We11done is a brand you may have seen but don’t know about. Started by Dami Kwon and Jessica Jung – the duo behind Rare Market – We11done Carryovers is an exploration of old and forgotten silhouettes repurposed for streetwear. It’s a simple, streetwear-inspired collection that uses unusual cuts and shapes to elevate your streetwear game.


Marcelo Burlon RE20
Marcelo Burlon’s latest collection is inspired by vacation albums of unforgettable views and foreign lands. The RE20 collection is Marcelo’s perspective on a portal to Patagonia, a sparsely populated region at the tip of South America. Filled with a mix of workwear, sportswear, leisurewear and macro bags, the collection is built for the world traveler headed for their next adventure.


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Sottes Recommence 2.0
Sottes is back with a new sustainable collection. Recommence 2.0 uses naturally sourced white fabric as a blank canvas. Patchwork, unique designs and traditional production techniques are used to create apparel that reflect the creativity of one’s inner child. To champion sustainability and push against throwaway fashion, everything within Sottes’ collection is handmade and season-less. These pieces are incredibly limited and one-of-a-kind; definitely a collection you do not want to miss out on.


Stampd SS20
The Stampd SS20 collection explores the influences behind the brand’s identity – surf, sand and sail. Each piece recalls details of the sport or location, truly going back to Stampd’s aesthetic roots. Using a mix of fluid lines, different silhouettes and unusual colors, the Stampd SS20 collection is an incredibly versatile expression of the brand’s heritage.


Daniel Patrick SS20 – Rolling Hills
A regular choice for stars like Kendrick Lamar, Justin Bieber, Beyonce, Teyana Taylor, Kendall Jenner, James Harden, Ben Simmons and Dwayne Wade to name a few, Australian brand Daniel Patrick is restocking at Surrender. The collection merges classic sportswear silhouettes with bold colors and prints – perfect for 2020’s more colorful and playful vibe.


Neighborhood x PAM
Two cult brands, Neighborhood and PAM, have come together to create a hood extraterrestrial collection. The collaborative collection merges the unique vibes of both brands – mixing Neighborhood’s grungy edge with PAM’s quirky prints. With the long term wear in mind, the collection uses active cuts, quality materials and Japanese production with supernatural accents to top it off.


Which brand are you most excited for? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

All images: Surrender

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