Returning for the Spring/Summer 2018 season, Japanese label LUCIOLE_JEAN PIERRE created a garment expression of Japanese anarchy. The “ANARCHY IN THE JP” collection draws heavily from the reinterpretations of punk styling pervasive in Japan following the arrival of the unique subculture in the mid ‘70.
Comprised of cropped blazers, reworked rider jackets, loose flannels, quirky Hawaiian shirts, bondage trousers and more, designer Junpei Ooseri highlighted the eclecticism of punk styling mixing and matching textures and tones. Some standout elements include the rugged and relaxed sportswear pieces centered around a fictitious soccer club. Take a look at the Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook above and head over to LUCIOLE_JEAN PIERRE’s official website to learn more about the collection.
For more contemporary fashion news, take a look at the ’70s-inspired menswear offerings found in Isabel Marant’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection.
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