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NEW JANUARY DROPS

By Lakeisha Goedluck, 30 January 2018

There's never a whole lot going on in the early weeks of a new year – with miserable weather and post-Christmas bank balances making even leaving the house seem adventurous. Luckily, fashion never hibernates, and proof that January doesn’t have to be dry comes in the form of these slick new drops from Polo Ralph Lauren, Sixth June and adidas Nova.

3 New January Drops | ASOS Style Feed

Polo Ralph Lauren Snow Beach

The 90s revival is still going strong and a brand that received boundless hype during the era is Polo Ralph Lauren. For 2018, the label's celebrating the 25th anniversary of the launch of its iconic, limited-edition Snow Beach range by revisiting the line. Make sure to check out Wu-Tang Clan's Raekwon rocking the original block-colour half-zip in their music video for Can It Be All So Simple, and expect graphic rugby shirts and logo-heavy outerwear from the updated collection, dropping Feb 1st.

3 New January Drops | ASOS Style Feed

Sixth June

If brightly coloured streetwear staples are your bag, Sixth June has got you sorted. The Parisian brand specialises in reinventing road-ready silhouettes – think oversized T-shirts and logo-print joggers. To help you kick off the new year in style, the label’s launched a hue-drenched, retro-inspired range. Half-zip hoodies and on-trend velour track jackets make for a standout, ultra-slick line.
3 New January Drops | ASOS Style Feed

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adidas Nova

Having just dropped a colourful crop of goodies via its adicolor range, adidas is releasing yet more steezy streetwear with the latest adidas Nova collection. The brand has been offering up top-level sportswear pieces for nearly a century, so you can rely on the label’s Nova line to bring the sartorial heat this winter – old-school football tees, wrap-around joggers and oversized jumpers abound.

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