Nothing's Latest Drop Pays Tribute to Japanese Girl Gangs

More lo-fi visuals from the Australian label.

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Australian streetwear brand Nothing is known for its lo-fi aesthetic that flirts with Japanese erotica and street culture and the label’s newest collection, dubbed Vol. 3, features a line of graphic tees that bundles these same influences with sci-fi motifs. References to teleportation, aliens and other paranormal phenomena are sprinkled throughout. This time around, the brand’s signature Squat Club tee has been retooled to feature a Sukeban girl, or a leader of a high school all-girl gang, complete with a bandana and baseball bat. The collection also pays homage to underground karaoke bars with the ‘Come Sin With Us’ graphic. The collection also includes pins of the Sukeban graphic, dad hats and other accessories and ephemera.

Flip through the zine-like lookbook above and be sure to hit the brand’s webstore to grab some of the pieces.

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Photographer
Nick Garcia
Model
Brittany Odell

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