Part of an on-going series of collaborations, Larry Clark rejoins BEAMS T for another capsule range. Imagery from Clark’s iconic filmography populates the release, this time centering around Marfa Girl, Ken Park and Wassup Rockers.
Having already dropped a Kids-centric capsule with JOURNAL STANDARD, several of Clark’s lesser-appreciated films receive their time in the spotlight for this go-round. Embodying the sex and violence present in each of Clarks’ films (often to the chagrin of critics), the capsule highlights some of the most recognizable moments from each of the movies on display.
Alongside the unforgettable image from Ken Park, prints include an image from the Wassup Rockers poster and sex scenes from Marfa Girl. Printed on T-shirts and hoodies alike, the images are accompanied by stylized branding and tweaked logos, complemented by the Larry Clark Films logo. A bomber jacket takes a more subtle approach to utilizing the movie stills, boasting an untouched outershell and a collage of prints on the inner lining. On the flipside, totes sport unapologetically-large Ken Park graphics, while caps complement the bomber jacket’s simple LCF branding.
The collaborative capsule launches March 23 on BEAMS’ site and in-store.
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