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032c is a contemporary culture magazine that fiercely believes in the intelligence of its readers, and rises to the challenge of surprising them. Founded by creative director Joerg Koch, the Berlin-based biannual devotes itself to exploring the intersections of fashion, art, and culture. The bold red of its covers and namesake Pantone color code symbolizes its fearless approach. Designer Maria Koch translates 032c’s content into a companion clothing line layered with cultural meaning. Graphics printed onto women’s crewnecks, jacquard-woven blankets, and t-shirts grow out of the magazine’s collaborations with creatives including Gosha Rubchinskiy, Alyx, and Cali Thornhill DeWitt.

032C Motocross Freedom Cotton-Jersey Top

As the fashion set breathes a sigh of relief that comfort is back in vogue, contemporary culture magazine032Cembraces the mood with a clothing line designed to free the body. Part of the Motocross collection, this long-sleeved Freedom top is cut from cotton jersey and screen-printed with ‘FREEDOM’ and a broken chain logo. A signature rubberised patch appliqué stamps the front. Black White

032C Motocross Freedom Cotton-Jersey Top

As the fashion set breathes a sigh of relief that comfort is back in vogue, contemporary culture magazine032Cembraces the mood with a clothing line designed to free the body. Part of the Motocross collection, this long-sleeved Freedom top is cut from cotton jersey and screen-printed with ‘FREEDOM’ and a broken chain logo. A signature rubberised patch appliqué stamps the front. Black White

032C O32C X Stüssy Cotton-Jersey Top

A result of Sean Stussy butting creative heads with leading sportswear label032C, the O32c x Stüssy top pays homage to the 1902 poem by Rainer Maria Rilke, titled The Panther, written in script over the shoulders. Described by the brand as a “message-in-a-bottle to the digital age”, this cotton-jersey pullover rounds out its silhouette with graphic graffiti spray down a single sleeve and stamping the chest to ensure its maker is well and truly known. White

032C Pyrate Society Cotton-Jersey Hoody

Branching out from it’s culture magazine origins,032C’s fierce individuality is the coolest starting point for a fashion line. This oversized cotton-jersey hoody is part of the label’s Pyrate Society collection inspired by a trip to the British Virgin Islands – a former pirate haven as well as a present-day tax haven. Embroidered with a slogan that suggests rebellious upheaval; consider mix-and-match styling with streetwear for a punk approach. Magenta

032C Don'T Dream It'S Over Cotton-Jersey Sweatshirt

When Paul McCartney hails Crowded House’s Neil Finn as one of the greatest songwriters of our time you have to agree. This Don't Dream It's Over sweatshirt from contemporary culture magazine032C’s new clothing line is a sartorial ode to the 1986 hit. Cut from cotton jersey, the oversized fit is embroidered with the iconic lyrics across the back and features a tiny rose print and logo at the front. Black

032C Pyrate Society Cotton Cap

Embodying the ethos of the contemporary culture magazine, 032c 's line of clothing is perfect for rebellious looks. Inspired by yacht clubs and plunderers of the sea, this classic cap reads 'Pyrate Society - British Virgin Islands Chapter', while the six panel crown and curved visor maintain a classic aesthetic in this statement cotton piece. Black

032C SSENSE Exclusive Black 'Religious Services' Sweatshirt

Long sleeve fleece sweatshirt in black. Rib knit crewneck collar, cuffs, and hem. Logo printed in yellow at bust. Graphic and text printed in yellow at back and sleeve. Tonal stitching. Available exclusively at SSENSE. 70% cotton, 30% polyester. Imported.

032C Black Power Graphic T-Shirt

Short sleeve cotton jersey t-shirt in black. Rib knit crewneck collar. Rubberized logo patch in white and red at bust. Text graphic printed in white at back. Tonal stitching. 100% cotton. Imported.

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032c is a contemporary culture magazine that fiercely believes in the intelligence of its readers, and rises to the challenge of surprising them. Founded by creative director Joerg Koch, the Berlin-based biannual devotes itself to exploring the intersections of fashion, art, and culture. The bold red of its covers and namesake Pantone color code symbolizes its fearless approach. Designer Maria Koch translates 032c’s content into a companion clothing line layered with cultural meaning. Graphics printed onto women’s crewnecks, jacquard-woven blankets, and t-shirts grow out of the magazine’s collaborations with creatives including Gosha Rubchinskiy, Alyx, and Cali Thornhill DeWitt.

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