Tatsuro Horikawa’s JULIUS unveils its latest spring/summer collection in an eye-catching editorial captured during Paris Fashion Week. While noted for its experimental avant-garde aesthetic, the Japan-based brand shifts gears by creating a line with a social-conscious slant. Subverting its own past, the clothing takes cues from vintage streetwear via oversized pants, hoodies, bandanas and more. The prints found throughout the collection are inspired by musician Regis and his British Murder Boys, specifically emphasizing the recent political turmoil in the UK. Subtle messages of anti-materialism are also detected, evidenced by a uniformity in the lineup with recurring poetry that states “I enjoy luxury, i enjoy lust. I breath all of this, mouth in the dust.” Set against the backdrop of an industrial back alley, take a look at the photoset reflecting JULIUS’s “Knives” collection above.