FUN TIME Drops Techno-Inspired "Event Horizon" Lookbook

Approaching the point of no return.

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Describing itself as a “research project that explores the subcultures and music scenes of the 80s and 90s,” Europe-based DIY collective FUN TIME has now released the lookbook for its latest collection.

Titled “Event Horizon” — the technical term for “the point of no return at which the gravitational pull becomes so great as to make escape impossible” commonly associated with black holes — the graphic-heavy selection takes its visual cues from the Berlin techno scene, employing bright colors and a retro-sci-fi aesthetic in its prints.

The FUN TIME “Event Horizon” collection is available now, directly from the brand’s web store. If you’re still in the market for more nods to the ’90s, check out the latest drop from adidas Originals.

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