Raf Simons, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Rick Owens & Thom Browne as Manga Characters

Inspired by Pokémon GO.

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Inspired by the world’s positive reception of Pokémon GO, oki-ni has commissioned Indonesia-based artist Angela Olivia to create an editorial that pulls inspiration from the avatars used within the game. Five of fashion’s most talked-about designers (Gosha Rubchinskiy, Raf Simons, Neil Barrett, Thom Browne and Rick Owens) were given the manga treatment. Check out the editorial here, and let us know if you think the manga illustrations captured the essence of each brand. 

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