032c Drops Bootleg Maison Margiela & Steve Jobs-Inspired Tees

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032c issues a pair of cut-and-sew homages to two of its influences. The T-shirts riff on iconic imagery from Maison Margiela and Steve Jobs‘ NeXT.

Margiela’s iconic number-focused branding appears on the front of a long-sleeved shirt, with 032c’s name subtly inserted into the grid of digits. On the back, a four-stitch tag — one of Margiela’s signature touches — is placed on the outside above a monochrome photograph taken of the house’s Spring/Summer 1997 collection. Meanwhile, the short-sleeved shirt offers several nods to NeXT and its founder, with the company’s colorful logo emblazoned on the rear. A curt “I OWN ME” quote from Jobs appears below, originally uttered in reference to the creative leaving Apple.

Shop the limited drop on 032c’s website. Most recently, the brand’s print outlet released its Frank Ocean-starring Fall/Winter 2017 editorial.

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