HOMEGROWN streetwear brand Pestle & Mortar Clothing is entering a new era with the launch of its brand new website www.pestlemortarclothing.com.

In the spirit of new beginnings, Pestle & Mortar Clothing has also launched its biggest seasonal collection to date, the Super Sweaty 2019.

Pestle & Mortar Clothing’s Super Sweaty 19 collection is made up of 69 pieces of clothing and accessories in fresh designs and new colourways. It is available over two deliveries.

The name “Super Sweaty 19” is a friendly jibe to the fact that Malaysia does not experience distinct seasons that have dictated the operations of fashion houses for so long.

 

 

Which brings us to the very question that sparked the creation of Pestle & Mortar Clothing’s latest collection: this close to the equator, wouldn’t it make more sense to label the releases as “Super Sweaty” or “Monsoon” instead of the conventional – but not entirely relatable – spring/summer or autumn/winter?

 

 

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Pestle & Mortar Clothing has always relied on the tagline “The Pride of Southeast Asia”, and the latest collection displays further inspiration from its home region.

A key design element that’s present in the collection are contours that represent the map of Southeast Asia, as well as the region’s valleys and mountains.

 

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Fans of Pestle & Mortar Clothing will be stoked to learn that the Super Sweaty 19 collection also comes with the limited-edition PMC x Ace luggage. The bag was first released at the beginning of the year to a wildly popular response.

 

The Pestle & Mortar Clothing Super Sweaty 19 collection is now available now for pre-order on the new website www.pestlemortarclothing.com. The nationwide launch will take place on 31 May 2019 at Major Drop Mid Valley, Sunway Pyramid and stockists.

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Anis Taufik
Contributor, MY
Anis enjoys covering the fashion, food, watch and travel beats. He says working out is the cheapest form of therapy available, but really, it’s a cover up for bingeing on Nutella on toast.

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