The geniuses at Sprayground are giving people something to smile about. Just in time for the start of spring, the iconic backpack brand has launched its new line of CamoKawa accessories, apparel and book bags. Look and comment below!
Global backpack and streetwear brand Sprayground launch their Spring 2020 collection, dropping their limited edition ‘CAMOKAWA’ accessory, apparel and backpack line.
The ‘CAMOKAWA’ collection embodies creative and unique designs that Sprayground is known for, innovative backpack styles and all recycled DLX backpacks. Keeping their original look, Sprayground integrated a plethora of designs that stand out from any other backpack on the market. Some have neon-colored designs and semi-translucent rubber while others have rhinestones bedazzled all over, making it the perfect springtime look.
Sprayground has created styles for everyone to choose from solid black to multi-colored bedazzled; they have even created a modern backpack for minimalist packing to eco-friendly bags. The innovative and modern backpack for people on the go is big enough for all the essentials and small enough to not inhibit the go-getter life.
The collection includes a three-piece bag collection – a duffle bag, backpack and cross-body bag, as well as a four-piece apparel line, including three hooded sweaters and one pair of joggers – all items incorporate Sprayground’s famous ‘shark mouth’ pattern.
Most recently, the global backpack and accessories brand launched a clothing line, ‘RED LABEL APPAREL’, where creative director David Ben David took inspiration from his previous work and collaborations, combining the creativity and uniqueness to create this first-of-its-kind collection.
Founder and creative director, David Ben David excitedly shares what this collection means to him, “I am super stoked to drop the first phase of the Spring Collection; I want to create something for the fans to be able to use with their life seamlessly, whilst still expressing themselves with the uniqueness they have and Sprayground wants to capture. Every time I drop a collection I think ‘how will the fans use the bags?’ I see these bags being used in a multitude of everyday life occurrences. I can’t wait for them to see the rest of it!”