Top 6 @ 6: Don't Sweat It

Stella McCartney launched her Fall 2016 collection at Amoeba Records in Los Angeles, with a whole bunch of cool guests.

Elevate your gym staple.
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Sweatshirts have come a long way; originally reserved for the gym or college gift shops, they're all about putting comfort first. But that doesn't have to mean sacrificing style! Sweatshirts are being taken to new heights for Spring 2016. From 90s throwback sportswear, to conversation-starting graphics, there’s a little something for everyone. Try out this trend with these six pieces. 


WHO: Peiyao, Junior Fashion Contributor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Toronto
OBSESSED WITH: Fila Sweatshirts
LISTENING TO: Middle - DJ  Snake
CAN BE FOUND AT: @peiyaaao 

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