Marshall Artist Clothing-Terrace Casuals And Street Wear September 27, 2016 10:30

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Marshall Artist started out in 2001 in East London and quickly became a favourite among knowledgeable terrace casuals and fashion conscious males. Now 15 years old, and stocked in only the finest stores, Marshall Artist has been worn by the likes of David Beckham, Kasabian, Kendrick Lamar and the Gallagher brothers among others. It is also featured regularly in leading publications such as ID, The Face and GQ Magazine.

Marshall Artist Compacta Overshirt/Jacket

Marshall Artist Compacta Overshirt/Jacket in Light Sand

Marshall Artist has recently gone through a major re-branding to re-define itself as a leading Terrace Casuals brand, with new garment dyes and finishes normally found on only the most elite of Casuals brands. Most notable is the new 'Siren' sleeve branding, which helps give Marshall Artist a strong identity in a competitive marketplace where only the best street and casuals clobber will do!

Marshall Artist Siren

Look out for stand-out jacket styles in technical finishes as well as sweat tops with neckline detailing of half zips and buttons and the new siren on the sleeve, plus a choice collection of T Shirts with cool graphic designs.

 

compacta rain mac khaki

Marshall Artist Compacta Rain Mac Khaki

 

marshall artist compacta snow parka light sand

Marshall Artist Compacta Snow Parka Light Sand

 

 

Marshall Artist Siren Sweatshirt Navy

Marshall Artist Siren Sweatshirt Navy

 

 

Marshall Artist T Shirt In The City

Marshall Artist T Shirt 'In The City' in French Blue

 

Marshall Artist Atmosfera Parka Onyx White

 

The Marshall Artist Atmosfera Parka is constructed from a waterproof nylon which is bonded with a mesh leaving a very striking finish.

Features:-

  • Reflective panelling,
  • Zip closure front placket
  • Adjustable full, shaped hood with inner lining
  • Storm cuffs,
  • 4 front pockets,
  • 2-way zip and
  • ‘Siren’ sleeve sign-off

 

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