Larry Clark x BEAMS 2016 "Tulsa" Capsule Collection

Supreme brought us “Kids.” BEAMS brings us “Tulsa.”

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In light of Larry Clark‘s astounding achievements as a film producer, director, writer and photographer, BEAMS has teamed up with the local hero to commemorate his sensational “Tulsa” publication. Being noted as sparking a new interest in the realms of autobiographical photography, Tulsa offered an almost uncomfortable look into the world of Clark’s drug-addicted past and upbringing in the Oklahoma City. The collection has been fantastically assembled and consists of a selection of black and white images printed across T-shirts, hoodies and skateboard decks, as well as a typographic windbreaker and set of embroidered caps. Head directly to BEAMS to read more about the collaborative partnership.

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