Men’s Fashion: SHALAJ Launches Newest Men’s Streetwear Collection

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Luxury Streetwear brand, SHALAJ, has launched their third DISGUISE Collection. The collection includes tees, jackets, hoodies, and sweatpants with motifs of items baring their disguised self with hand drawn artwork created in house by Creative Director, Shalaj Poonyarit.

The collection is made of luxury materials with hand drawn artwork created in house by Creative Director, Shalaj Poonyarit. The collection is available to shop at with prices starting at $250.

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DISGUISE Collection Introduction

Humans, as social animals, have diverse and complex thoughts. They have both sensory experiences and cognitive memories which are created by the natural learning process of the brain.

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When humans meet other people, it is their instinct to have thoughts about others based on their physical attributes without actually understanding and learning who they truly are.

The works created under the topic "Disguise" have been inspired by applying the relationships between two images of the realistic materials existing around us using abstract decoration which are then blended together during the creative process.

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Luxury streetwear brand, SHALAJ lead by Creative Director, Shalaj Poonyarit, is inspired by his experiences in life around him to create artwork and clothing lines that express his perception and emotion.

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The brand utilizes premium materials to create clothing that is more than your average piece including details such as the twist hardware. Prices range from $250 and up. The brand is available to shop at shipping worldwide and in-store at

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