Cali Thornhill Dewitt x A.FOUR Release "LA Riot" Collection

Graphic tees and more from the Japanese imprint and LA artist.

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Designer Kazuki Kuraishi’s A.FOUR and artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt have partnered up once again following their 2016 fall/winter collaborative capsule collection unveiled last year. This time, they have released a set of shirts inspired by the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Featuring images of burning buildings from the tumultuous period, the tagline “The spell will not be broken” is subtly printed along the back. A black sweatshirt à la DeWitt’s TLOP collection in Old English font is included in the lineup, as well as a souvenir jacket bearing an embroidered red rose. Browse through the images above to get a closer look at the collection and visit Goodhood to shop the items now.

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