Nau­tica’s next wave

Call it a come­back if you want—we say one of amer­ica’s top sports­wear brands is just get­ting its sec­ond wind.

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Over­sized, lo­goed-out ’90s fash­ion may be the uni­form of to­day’s cool kids, but if you cruised through those years with­out train­ing wheels, you haven’t for­got­ten

the decade-defin­ing pull of brands like Nau­tica. Though the la­bel’s get­ting a nos­tal­gia boost right now, it’s been in­no­vat­ing all along, qui­etly meld­ing its great­est style strengths (bright col­ors, nau­ti­cal stripes, and dis­tressed graph­ics) with up­dated fits and ma­te­ri­als. Nau­tica’s new spring line has all the clas­sic ap­peal that made it a megabrand years ago—and now that you’ve grad­u­ated from hair gel and hemp

neck­laces, you can ac­tu­ally pull it off.

Left: ’90s-in­spired looks from Lil Yachty’s cap­sule col­lec­tion. Hooded sweat­shirt, sweat­shirt and

jeans by Nau­tica. Be­low: A dose of old-school Amer­i­cana from

Nau­tica’s spring line.

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