Before the creation of pioneering Japanese streetwear brand WTAPS, founder TET cut his teeth with a small label known as FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS. Since then the brand has periodically released capsule pieces but only available in Japan and at select retailers. In a new unveiling, the Fall 2014 collection presents a series of type-driven designs that embody the same spirit that helped cement the brand’s positioning in the early days of Japanese streetwear with a distinct DIY approach. Look for the collection at colette, Slam Jam and Goodhood starting September.

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