The YOUTH OF PARIS "System Failure" Editorial Takes You to Downtown LA

Featuring staples from streetwear’s biggest names.

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Following the release of its “System Failure” capsule collection, YOUTH OF PARIS brings us a new editorial shot in downtown LA. The lookbook features garments from the brand’s own “System Failure” capsule, a new coming-soon “Before and After” white hoodie, as well as pieces from streetwear notables such as Some Ware, Election Reform, Cotton Citizen, adidas Calabasas, Vetements, Gosha Rubchinskiy, VLONE and Vans. Flip through the lookbook, which takes you from helipads atop skyscrapers to the back-alleyways of LA’s Arts district. A restock of the YOUTH OF PARIS “System Failure” capsule is scheduled for November 16, available online.

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Alex Lopez
Photographer
Antoine Bal
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@Killla.Kate, @Olanprenatt , @Dustinmkemp
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Zack Bia

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