Unveiled via a gritty runway show held at a warehouse near the banks of the Los Angeles River, the event served as an unapologetic expression of rebellion in fashion. Referencing the underground scene the labels exist in, a haphazard aesthetic dominated by patterns and evocative graphics were found throughout the unisex collaborative line. A feeling of DIY is displayed proudly raising a comparison between fashion and art. Some standout looks include a multicolored paneled suit bound by string fed through grommets, a series familiar monogram print pants and a collage construction denim jacket.
Check out the lookbook above and let us know what you think about the unique collaboration from No Sesso and Come Tees.
For more contemporary fashion, F-LAGSTUF-F recently revealed the bold looks included in its Fall/Winter 2018 collection.