Japanese streetwear label FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS, otherwise known as FPAR, has unveiled its latest collection for Spring/Summer 2015. Founded by Tetsu Nishiyama — better known as the founder of WTAPS — the label’s second season continues to push boundaries with its thought-provoking slogans and minimal aesthetic. Based on a familiar monochromatic palette, the collection sees bold text and logos emblazoned across tees, jerseys, outerwear and accessories. Noteworthy items include its loose-fit tees and elongated Media Killed The Guerrilla shirts, which serve as versatile options for most ensembles. The FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS 2015 spring/summer collection is available at select stockists including Goodhood, Firmament and colette, as well as the brand’s online store.