Returning for Spring/Summer 2018, fledgling streetwear label Ignored Prayers recently released its first drop for the warm weather season.
For the latest season, the LA-based label experimented with colors utilizing different inks, pigment dyes and printing techniques. With the new dyes, garments found throughout the range express a lived-in washed look, perfect for summer. While the neon and translucent graphic prints display Ignored Prayers latest subcultural leanings. References to Beethoven, Charles Bukowski, ODB, Oskar Schlemmer, Marcel Breuer, Tony Shafrazi, and Picasso lead the pack of streetwear offerings. Some standout pieces include collage style Faceoff Hoodie, cinematic-themed A/V Squad T-shirt and branded Infinite 6 Panel Cap.
Additionally, Ignored Prayers teamed up with designer/artist Hassan Rahim on a SS18 capsule centered around a fictional universe. Comprised of two long sleeves, a T-shirt, snapback and a beanie catch a description below to get a better idea of the world Hassan created for the capsule collection.
“2194: VISION MAN RECORDING GROUP, FOUNDED BY RAHIM SHABAZZ (D.J. RIP), BECOMES CONTROLLER OF PLANET TR-909X. THE HIGH LEADERS AND THEIR COLLECTIVE UNION, TERRORFORM PRODUCTIONS, BECOMES THE GALAXY’S FIRST RULERS OF A BLACK PLANET.”
Priced between $15 and $120 USD, take a look at the latest Spring/Summer 2018 drop above and shop the range in full at Ignored Prayers official web store now.
For more contemporary fashion, take a look at what went down at HBX’s launch event and after party for Heron Preston’s “AIRBORNE” capsule.