Looks from Huffer’s new Spring 2018 collection. Image supplied.
Huffer‘s new collection for Spring is out now and the streetwear brand took inspiration from the spirited streets of Havana, Cuba for the range. Vibrant hues of sunshine yellow, red and green are teamed with dusky pink, grey, tan and navy for a colourful range that feels summery and fresh. Huffer have always done practicality better than most and their pieces not only look good but are made to last with tees, denim and hoodies key components of every range. This season sees the return of khaki camo and a new Urban Cuban print that is a faded floral which ties in perfectly with the timeworn but lively aesthetic of Havana. Expect all the Huffer essentials along with cool new dungarees, track pants and matching tops.
With New Zealand Fashion Week not far away now, Huffer will be showing on Thursday 30th August at The Powerstation which is sure to be another epic show from the brand. This time they’ve also done a special collaboration with the Mental Health Foundation which is a limited range of beanies and tote bags that will be seen on the runway and on sale immediately after the show. The proceeds of which will go to the foundation and is a wonderful way to help raise awareness around mental health which is a cause close to the heart of Huffer’s founder Steve Dunstan.