Japanese streetwear label FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS recently unveiled its offerings for the upcoming season. Founded by Tetsu Nishiyama — better known for his WTAPS label — FPAR was started as a form “guerilla media” against the false information expressed by the mass media. This time around FPAR returns with minimal garments that display thought-provoking slogans. The label’s latest offerings include coach jackets, T-shirts, beanies, caps, and accessories. Retailing between $10 and $200 USD, FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS’ latest seasonal offerings are available now at retailers like UNION.