Peachy Den's Sporty Noughties Drop Features Deadstock Fabric

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Cult London-based label Peachy Den unleashed its "Sporty Noughties" drop, introducing a range of new colorways of existing silhouettes alongside brand new styles.

First up is the Genevieve Tank, made out of deadstock fabric and featuring lace-up sides and a Peachy Den diamond motif on the front. Complete with lilac cord ties and overstitched hems, the new tank is available in stone and black. The new drop consists of two skorts, dubbed the Aurelia and the Dita. The Aurelia Skort is made up of stretchy jersey fabric and boasts a wide waistband and two tiers of ruffles. The Dita Skort is made up of a mid-weight cotton tencel fabric and features box pleats, concealed back zip and contrast topstitching. Both the new skorts are developed with built-in undershorts and small patch pockets complete with signature Peachy embroidery.

Elsewhere, the drop sees the introduction of the "Harper" collection, comprised of the denim Harper Vest, Harper Skirt and Harper Jean. The new vest features a low square back with crossover straps and is made from a stretch denim fabric for added versatility. Alongside the vest sits a seemingly Miu-Miu-inspired micro denim wrap skirt, complete with denim rivets and pleats. Finally, the jean boasts a straight-leg fit, pintucks down the center legs and khaki stitching.

Undoubtedly inspired by the recent resurgence of cargo pants, the Mimi Bottoms also arrive in seasonal colorways "Berry" and "Candy," each consciously crafted with 100% recycled nylon material. Complementing the new bottoms, the Mimi series also features a recycled nylon jacket, featuring dropped shoulders and gentle ruching alongside elasticated cuffs for a bomber-inspired silhouette.

The new "Sporty Noughties" collection is available now from Peachy Den's website.