What to wear now: Santa Cruz

Cruz Skateboards marks its Fall 21 return with a head-turning womenswear apparel and accessories collection. Since its inception in 1973, the prestigious skateboard brand has become synonymous with striking designs, fueled on unique graphics from the likes of legendary artist Jim Phillips.
The ‘Organics’ capsule is the first to launch this season and is available now from www.santacruzskateboards.eu, with the remainder following later this month. The Organics line offers a wide range of unisex sizes from XS-XXL, giving customers more options to express their style through awesome designs that have been responsibly produced*. Look out for the new ‘Japanese Wave Dot’ graphic! 
Produced with 100% organic cotton, every piece in the collection is made using less water, chemicals and energy in both its production and printing compared to traditional methods. By supporting organic farming and OEKO-TEX approved printing, the ‘Organics’ range subscribes to higher ethical standards with long-term benefits for not only the environment but also the health of workers and ultimately the end consumer.
In addition to the Organics collection, Santa Cruz Skateboards presents a series of new hero designs and prints for this season. The ‘Screaming Paisley’ graphic dominates the ever popular coombe pants, and makes itself at home on the unmissable ‘Screaming Paisley’
quilted jacket, bucket hat and tote bags.In contrast, the iconic Santa Cruz Skateboards logo shows its soft side this season as the circle tones down to a bouncy round heart, for the “Heart Dot” capsule collection. The love is shared across tees, crew sweatshirts, keyrings and socks in a muted palette
of silver, blue and black.

For a hint of floral intertwined with the casual Santa Cruz Skateboards style, look to the ‘Checkerbloom’ capsule, in knit crew and short sleeve tees, perfect for layering.

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