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More than a year after speaking for the first time with David and Daniel Megías, the tandem at the helm of Warburton, the brand continues to work nonstop to make their project something big. Having dressed artists such as Lunay or Recycled J, they now connect their identity with the Los Angeles-based realist tattoo artist Ganga, one of the greatest exponents of this profession. And they do so by collaborating on a new exclusive Spring/Summer 2022 capsule collection, Dreams.

Besides presenting ten new pieces and accessories, Warburton unveils, as usual, an audiovisual piece with which to make us part of their creative universe. In this case, it is a documentary video of just over a minute that revolves around fashion, dreams and graffiti art. The garments, produced between Spain and Portugal, acquire a new dimension thanks to the complete assets that the brand shares with its public, which already makes up an important legion of faithful followers.

From a sweatshirt to shorts or a balaclava, the pieces included in this new release consolidate the urban DNA of the brand, as well as highlight the importance given to design and quality. “During my stay in Los Angeles, working on different elements of the collection, we talked about how everything had evolved since we met until collaborating on a joint collection from Los Angeles. Through the slogan of war4urdreams, we want to encourage people to fight for their dreams,” says David Megías when asked about their latest collection. You can find all the details of the creative union between Warburton and Ganga on their website.

David Alarcón

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