Raf Simons Drops Outlandish Silver Can Keychains

Inspired by the punk movement.

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Moving into his Spring/Summer 2019 releases, Raf Simons recently dropped a set of outlandish keychains inspired by punk subculture.

Referencing both DIY culture and sculptural artistry, the keychains are crafted to look like various capacities of crushed mundane drink cans. The austere pieces come devoid of obvious branding and simply sport a shiny aluminum finish. Additional detailing comes in the form of a popped pull tab, along with a functional keyring, and logo-engraved lanyard clasp fastening.

Priced between $290 and $365 USD, the Raf Simons Silver Can Keychains are available now at SSENSE.

For more contemporary fashion, Vetements’ spiked Oakley sunglasses are now available for pre-order.

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