Tourne de Transmission Takes Inspiration From Ride's "Nowhere" for Fall/Winter 2017 Lookbook

How would your teenage self deal with today’s society?

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Since unveiling its Spring/Summer 2018 collection back in June, Tourne de Transmission resurfaces with a lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2017 collection.

Shot by photographer Dominic Marley, the label’s latest lookbook draws inspiration from popular ’90s British shoegaze rock bad Ride, particularly the song “Nowhere.” Originally released as an EP, “Nowhere” would later become the title track for the band’s influential 1990 album of the same name.

As Tourne de Transmission’s creative director, Graeme Gaughan, reveals, the song perfectly “sums up” an individual’s “frustrated inability to change a bigger situation.” The collection’s overall theme also reflects teen angst and the youth’s struggle with the contemporary sociopolitical climate.

Take a look at Tourne de Transmission’s Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook above.

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