FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS x the POOL aoyama 2015 Fall/Winter Collection

Forty Percents Against Pruney Fingers.

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Japanese cult label FPAR (FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS) teams up with Hiroshi Fujiwara project the POOL aoyama for a capsule drop this Fall 2015. Consisting of various designs revolving around FPAR’s anarchistic messages such as “WE NEED CACAPHONY” and “MEDIA GUERRILLA,” the partnership includes a slew of long-sleeves, T-shirts, crewneck sweaters and hoodies, along with a rear-graphic windbreaker. In addition to the clothing, the collection includes a clean tote bag for all your daily essentials and button pins to decorate it with. Hit up the POOL aoyama in Tokyo, Japan to pick up any of these and stay tuned for more from the POOL this coming winter.

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