Mikio Ariga x Lad Musician Collection

As a photographer responsible for capturing many of the Rolling Stones’ exploits while performing in Japan, Mikio Ariga has compiled a reputable catalog of Rolling Stones imagery. In a collection created with Japanese contemporary brand Lad Musician, the t-shirts include pictures of various band members on black/white prints over several t-shirt colors.

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As a photographer responsible for capturing many of the Rolling Stones’ exploits while performing in Japan, Mikio Ariga has compiled a reputable catalog of Rolling Stones imagery. In a collection created with Japanese contemporary brand Lad Musician, the t-shirts include pictures of various band members on black/white prints over several t-shirt colors.

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