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SS24 Boyville, Issue No. 3

Same easy lifestyle, same great quality, now reimagined for the women of SKU.

We’re excited to introduce Boyville for this spring and summer, expanding our collection to feature more woven patterns, knit textures, and continuing our playful exploration of proportions.

A Few Highlights:

Woven Shirts

In addition to the Boxy Oxford Crop Shirt, look forward to a trio of patterned poplin shirts in stripes and ginghams. These button-down shirts are tailored for a snug fit to capture that classic schoolboy vibe. For a roomier blouse style, consider sizing up—they pair perfectly with our chino shorts, trousers, denim, or easy chinos.


Meet the new Long Line Short—a straight-cut short that reaches the knee. This versatile piece can be styled with white sneakers for a casual look or dressed up with heels for a more polished statement.


Introducing our spring waffle collection, crafted from soft, textural 100% cotton waffle knit. Featuring a chunky cotton rib neck binding and sleeve cuffs, enjoy the cool summer breeze in our sleeveless tank and short sleeve crew top styles.

Good Work

Don't miss our Good Work shop—a 100% made in USA endeavor designed for SKU men and Boyville women. The collection features chore shorts and jackets with ample utility pockets. You'll appreciate the extra details like printed cape lining inside the jacket and the cinched elastic waistband on the shorts.

Stay updated with our latest styles throughout spring and summer by checking back regularly for new arrivals. Better yet, sign up for our newsletter to be the first to hear about our backstories, constructions, product details, and notes from David.

Discover the Boyville collection at our Atwater shop in Los Angeles and our Lafayette shop in New York.

Shop Boyville.



Photographer | Dan McMahon @imageheavy
Creative Director | David Mullen
 Model | Ines Lopez
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