Just when you though Japanese fashion had had enough of Union Jacks and tartan, street fashion punk favourites Super Lovers have teamed up with Kera magazine models Akira and Re:No (ridiculous punctuation necessary!) for a collection that celebrates what Super Lovers do best: the aforementioned Union Jack flags and tartan. However, in this collection there’s a little more to it – think clashing colours, slogan t-shirts and interesting fabric choices.
Read on for a more varied collection than you might expect, and an appearance by Shuse of La’cryma Christi…
‘The brand with the circle A’, eh? In my day it was an anarchy symbol. Kids these days.
I really want this t-shirt. Like, it almost pains me to look at it such are my feelings of needing to to wear it at every appropriate/inappropriate occasion. Image just going to the supermarket in it. Amazing.
I really love this too! I did a huge post on Union Jack punk imagery in Japanese fashion a while ago, but I think this cardigan might have to be my favourite new example! And it even has pockets!
Acid green and bright pink – somehow it kind of works when Super Lovers do it. I love that the logo print is a hommage to Louis Vuitton!
Matching drop-crotch trousers available too…
I could picture Kanako of Egg magazine in this!
Such a great print, and the pink touches really bring it alive.
Just when you though you’d seen every kind of fox tail accessory – polka dots! Not sure how it would look after a bit of wear, but it’s amazing nonetheless.
Time for Shuse:
Not much to say other than: hell yeah; neon zebra.
Lovers Rock – I’d have to agree.