Manchester-based streetwear brand Drama Call has just presented its latest capsule collection of the year — and the imprint is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a new limited-run of cozy “Trackeh” designs.
The city of Manchester is a hub for creativity. From Habitat club nights to the innovative canvases designed by Tomas Gittins, the North West is home to new ideas and a support system that allows all creatives to succeed together. A highlight for Drama Call over the last five years came from its collaboration with Manchester United and adidas, which came partnered with a slew of installations across Manchester — emphasising the brand’s cultural reach across its home of Manneh and beyond.
Now, Drama Call’s latest collection celebrates its rise to its current level, with a slew of “5” emblems being used across new hoodies. The highlight comes in the form of its new patchwork design, with the oversized silhouette being hit with a melange of reworked brand logos with bootlegged Drama Call interpretations.
Additionally, a new American football-inspired jersey is welcomed in black, hit with tailored detailing around the sleeve cuffs and neckline. The number five then takes over the back of the design, with the front hit with further DC motifs and the label’s hard-hitting slogan of “DON’T FU*K UP.”
A fresh addition of Drama Call’s Trackeh rounds off the collection, with the blacked-out co-ord complemented with classic Drama motifs on the front of the hoodie and the side of the corresponding jogger’s leg. New T-shirts, trucker hats, and skateboards will also be available to cop come release day.
You can take a closer look at the new collection from Drama Call above and it’ll be available to shop via the brand’s official website from October 12.
In other fashion news, check out the new collection from Colmar.
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