Bob Richardson's Photography Graces a Set of Exclusive Tees for UNITED ARROWS & SONS

The work of Terry RIchardson’s late father hits a trio of limited edition T-shirts.

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Though younger readers may be more familiar with his son, Bob Richardson was a high-profile photographer in his own right, injecting stale fashion photography with a dose of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll when he finally picked up the camera at age 35. Now his pioneering work is being immortalized on a trio of tees as Stie-lo — who linked up with Hedi Slimane back in 2011 — drops a special capsule collection alongside UNITED ARROWS & SONS. Featuring three shirts in all, the range juxtaposes black-and-white photography with a stark white canvas and is highlighted by a shot of father and sone standing side by side — each smoking a cigarette, drink in hand.

Retailing for ¥10,800 JPY (approximately $101 USD) each, the tees are available now exclusively from UNITED ARROWS.

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