Fresh off a special edition T-shirt collaboration with Richardson, longtime streetwear brand FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS has unveiled the lookbook for its 2017 fall/winter collection. For the WTAPS founder Tetsu Nishiyama’s latest major drop, FPAR re-purposes its history of provocative, politically-charged rhetoric and designs for a new run of tees, sweats and hoodies. Staying true to a timeless style, the color palette for this range of items draws from monochrome and camo patterns. Along with striking “FPARMY” prints, FPAR’s 2017 fall/winter release is also propelled by classic graffiti designs.
You can run through FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS’ 2017 fall/winter lookbook above; expect the products to hit the market next month and head on over to Anon for more information. At the start of 2017, FPAR shared an array of “minimal garments with thought-provoking slogans.”