MIDNIGHT STUDIOS Displays More Punk Sensibilities in Its 2017 Spring/Summer Campaign

Styled by A$AP Nast.

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Designer Shane Gonzales recently released the campaign for MIDNIGHT STUDIOS‘ 2017 spring/summer “Safety Pin” collection. Shot by Othello Grey and styled by A$AP Nast, the latest campaign is a 12-page look at the label’s modern expression of punk sensibility. Highlighting the cult aesthetic of MIDNIGHT STUDIOS, the moody and evocative shots found in the campaign display the bold graphic heavy items found in the spring/summer collection. Retailing between $98 USD and $320 USD, the 2017 spring/summer “Safety Pin” collection is available now online and at select MIDNIGHT STUDIOS stockists.

Also, take a look at Shane Gonzales journey through Tokyo through a series of disposable camera shots.

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