sacai's Latest T-Shirt Allows You to Channel Kurt Cobain

Paying homage to one of the late frontman’s top inspirations.

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sacai, last seen in an editorial shoot for Grind magazine, has been releasing 2017 spring/summer pieces on an intermittent basis and the latest drop includes an upgraded version of an iconic T-Shirt celebrating Daniel Johnston’s 1983 Hi, How Are You album. The top was made famous by Kurt Cobain, who was a huge fan of Johnston, and sacai has made its own version of the iconic print, putting it onto a T-Shirt that has two side zips. It costs €303 EUR (approximately $321 USD) and is available from Storm’s web store.

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