The Enfants Riches Déprimés 2017 Spring/Summer Main Collection Caters to the Rebellious Youth

The power of punk in clothing form.

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Enfants Riches Déprimés just rolled out a lookbook for its 2017 spring/summer collection. Designer Henry Levy’s label is all about youth in rebellion and channeling the attitude of punk culture. Shot by Cameron Mccool, the pictorial depicts ERD’s newest pieces on a crew of “depressed rich kids” — the translation for the brand’s name. The newest range boasts a collective of graphic heavy pieces. Leather jackets, long coats and leather trousers make up the more high-end spectrum of the lineup, while hoodies and tees reflect the imprint’s basics.

See the lookbook above let us know your thoughts and visit Enfants Riches Déprimés for more information. To see ERD’s recent collab with Daft Punk, take a read here.

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