Our favourite denim brand Guess have a fab new project that you need to know about – and it's called Farmer's Market. It launched in LA last month and is a selection of pop-up stores which will be appearing all over the world. Best of all, on 29 and 30 June it will be positioned in London department store Selfridges. The event is an exciting collaboration with vintage streetwear collector Sean Wotherspoon and you can buy limited edition merchandises and even reworked silhouettes from the brand's archives. We are loving the brightly coloured items and the 80s style clobber has the original Guess graphics featuring the iconic logo.
Sean Wotherspoon at the Farmer's Market pop up store
Sean Wotherspoon is highly qualified in this field, having co-founded the vintage store Round Two which opened in LA in 2013. With his business partner Chris Russow, the pair then developed a YouTube web series called Round Two the Show which has been active since 2015.
Bold shades feature throughout the limited edition collection
Sean's partnering with Guess is a no-brainer and we just can't get enough of his head-turning striped T-shirts and references to 90s colour blocking.
The vivid hues he uses throughout the collection and instantly recognisable – they are made in such zany shades with our favourite colourway being dragon fruit purple and apple green. Also there's funky vegetable prints and bold flowers throughout the collection which are references to California's agriculture heritage.This isn't the only collaboration Sean is currently part of; he has also teamed up with NIKE – having produced a cooler than cool trainer line which you can buy online.