WHIZ LIMITED 2016 Spring/Summer "ALTERNATIVE" Collection

Inspired by the subcultures of various decades.

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Tokyo label WHIZ LIMITED has unveiled its 2016 spring/summer “ALTERNATIVE” collection, comprised of pieces inspired by the subcultures of various decades. From the musical heyday of ’90s alternative rock to the disheveled and laid-back vibes of the ’70s, the garments take aesthetic cues from a slew of influences that together create a cohesive vision. From stripes to plaid to tropical graphics, the range highlights eye-catching looks that are a unique addition to any wardrobe. You can shop the collection now at WHIZ LIMITED online.

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