Dubbed “No (B)orders,” UNDERCOVER’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection returns with another delivery of Jun Takahashi’s progressive, music-influenced designs. This time around, the Japanese label takes its inspiration from sources as diverse as David Bowie, the late 70’s punk magazine Slash and the work of 18th-century artist, William Blake, while unique fabric combinations and tech-inspired details like iPhone holders result in a typically offbeat UNDERCOVER offering. Among the standouts are pieces such as graphic print hoodies, a gingham patterned sweater, long wool coat with transparent window pockets and cozy crewneck sweatshirts, all of which infuse wearable staples with Jun Takahashi’s progressive design sensibilities. Take a look at the latest from UNDERCOVER above, and look for label’s the Fall/Winter 2015 collection now at HBX.
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