From Birkenstock to Stan Ray, HHV’s Summer Edit Is Full of Timeless Staples

From Birkenstock to Stan Ray, HHV’s Summer Edit Is Full of Timeless Staples 1

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Berlin-based streetwear and vinyl retailer HHV has added to its summer apparel line-up, introducing new warm-weather clothing, footwear, and accessories from some of the world’s best-known staple brands — including Birkenstock, Carhartt WIP, and Converse. There are also some gems from the likes of Portuguese Flannel and Universal Works.

Ready to be shipped worldwide, we’ve picked out some highlights from HHV’s summer edit below, with prices starting at $55. You can check out the full lookbook and campaign video here.

This chore waistcoat by Britain’s Universal Works will allow you to add some interesting layers during the summer months without overheating. Pair up with a tee or Cuban collar.

It’s Cuban collar season and this bright, daisy-printed piece by Portuguese Flannel is what summer shirting is all about.

Hot days tend to turn a little cold once the sun disappears, so it’s good to be in possession of an extra layer or two when out and about. You don’t want to go too heavy, though, and this overshirt is a smart choice.

Back to northern Portugal’s Portuguese Flannel, and another Cuban collar shirt, albeit a little more subdued this time. The shirt’s pastel pink tone is a versatile shade for styling with.

Not everyone likes wearing shorts, no matter how hot it gets. Black pants should be banished for summer, though, and this white workwear pair by Carhartt WIP is a great stand-in.

As is this striped option from Stan Ray. The brand’s OG Painter Pants are tough as hell and feature some nice extra details like the hammer hoop and tool pockets, even if you’re probably not ever going to use them for their designed purpose.

If we’re talking classic sandals, no one does it better than Birkenstock. Its comfort-first footwear makes for the ultimate summer companion, whether you’re hitting the park or simply staying home.

If bare feet isn’t really your thing, you can still keep things summery by going for a light sneaker, such as this two-shade Chuck 70.

We don’t want to play parent, but wearing a hat is a sensible thing to do when the sun is beaming. It can also look good. Case in point: this Kangol washed bucket.

The same goes for sunnies — as well as protecting your eyes from UV rays, this pair by Sun Buddies also allows you to channel your inner Ozzy Osbourne.

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