New Marshall Artist Styles At 80s Casual Classics
Marshall Artist returns for the latest season with a collection of Paninaro inspired jackets and ripstop windrunners.
Even though it may have started in London back in 2001, Marshall Artist has been based out of Manchester since 2015. The Manchester connection has recently seen the brand collaborate with the up and coming North Manchester Grime artist, AITCH. Gaining global ‘apparel’ exposure as seen in his recent collaboration on the track ‘Take Me Back To London’ with Stormzy and Ed Sheeran which has now racked up over 15 million views. As also previously seen on the likes of the Gallagher brothers and Kendrick Lamar the musical connection remains as relevant as ever for the British born designer label. Marshall Artist now introduces its latest collection for the Autumn/Winter 2019 season with winter ready outerwear and a selection of easy going Siren sweats.
Above: The Marshall Artist Paninaro Bubble Jacket in royal blue now available from 80s Casual Classics.
The Marshall Artist Paninaro Bubble Jacket draws inspiration from the original Paninaro subculture in Milan which was born in the 1980s. Fuelled by consumerism, fast food, motorcycles and expensive designer clothing the Paninaro were often seen in brightly coloured bubble jackets. The bubble jacket was a key part of Paninaro fashion alongside jeans and Timberland boots. In celebration of the Milanese youth culture, Marshall Artist have now introduced their own spin on the classic Italian down style. Features include a bold royal blue outer with a contrasting orange inner and a full front zip fastening. Also featuring synthetic down for added warmth in the colder months alongside an elasticated hood and the signature MA siren branding to the left sleeve. A great addition to any outerwear fanatics wardrobe.
Above: The Marshall Artist Ripstop Windrunner Jacket in black now available from 80s Casual Classics.
Other new outerwear styles for the latest season include the Ripstop Windrunner which is crafted from a durable, shower resistant Ripstop fabric making it an ideal bit of kit for the transitional weather. Highlights of the foul weather ready jacket includes a peaked hood, Velcro pockets to the front and an adjustable hem for an optimal fit. As usual the Ripstop Windrunner is also finished off with the famous siren branding to the left sleeve.
Above: The Marshall Artist Siren Sweatshirt in burgundy now available from 80s Casual Classics.
Alongside the new outerwear styles, we’ve also just introduced a selection of new sweats and hoodies in the latest seasonal hues. Classic styles like the Siren Sweatshirt have been updated in new colourways such as burgundy and khaki. MA have also introduced new sweat styles such as the Siren Full Zip Hoody, ideal for them casual chill days with the signature siren branding to the left sleeve and crafted from a soft cotton fabric. Keep posted at 80s Casual Classics for further arrivals from the latest Marshall Artist collection.
Above: The Marshall Artist Siren Full Zip Hoody in grey marl now available from 80s Casual Classics.