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It’s the middle of February already. Can you believe it? Us neither. Well, there may still be a smidge of winter left to get through before ditching that massive coat we’ve lived in for the last three months, but that doesn't mean we aren't thinking about freshening up our wardrobes for the coming spring. As such, we’ve selected the most hyped new drops coming to ASOS this month from Tommy Jeans, denim specialists Levi’s and throwback champions, Champion.
A picture of the Levi's X Peanuts collaboration featuring sweatshirts, T-shirts and accessories. Available at ASOS.

Levi's x Peanuts

Good grief, Charlie Brown! Denim pioneers Levi’s has joined forces with legendary comic strip Peanuts on a range of sweatshirts, tees and accessories. Mixing the iconic Levi's Batwing logo with original illustrations featuring lovable pooch Snoopy, it’s a crossover that’s steeped in steezy fun.
A picture of four colourful sweatshirts from Champion. Available on ASOS.


Well, it looks like the 90s influence on our garm collections is here for another season at least. And what better way to get in on the throwback action than a fresh sweatshirt from comeback kings, Champion? Complete with iconic logo embroidery, the colourful sweats also give your 2019 'fit that bold-is-best refresh seen all over the SS19 runways. We can’t choose our favourite shade so it looks like we’ll be drenched in punchy pastels on rotation all season long. Brighten up, yeah?
A picture of a shirt and T-shirt from the new Tommy Jeans range. Available on ASOS.

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Tommy Jeans

The latest retro line from all-American heroes Tommy Jeans skips straight past parent brand Tommy Hilfiger's 90s hip-hop heyday and goes all the way back to its preppy 80s birth. Yuppie pinstripes in (of course) red, white and blue and faded logo tees with more than a graphic hint of MTV branding offer a new twist on the streetwear scene's current throwback mania. A 'since 1985' motif hammers home the old-school vibe.