Nothing's 2017 Spring/Summer Collection Is Inspired by Phone Sex Ads and Classic Vinyl Covers

Volume 4 is called “Unusual Romance.”

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Australian fashion imprint Nothing just rolled out its newest lookbook for 2017 spring/summer. After tackling the influence of Japanese erotica in its last release, the brand is now offering pieces inspired by “tacky phone sex ads, classic vinyl covers, and other stimulating publications.” Titled ”Unusual Romance,” the lineup comprises of tees, shirts, and jackets emblazoned with everything from call girl graphics and “sexy thing” text prints. Top standouts are the coaches jacket and the all-over-print satin shirt.

You can shop the collection now at Nothing’s official site.

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