Towards the end of last month, FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS teamed up with Japanese retailer offshore TOKYO and manga series Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi for a two-item, graphic-focused t-shirt capsule that revolved around black and white designs inspired by the Japanese light novel serial Akashic Records of Bastard Magic Instructor. Now, continuing to focus on delivering new takes on timeless menswear staples, the popular streetwear brand is reconnecting with Richardson to release a lean run of t-shirts, hoodies and zippered mesh bags.
Specifically, FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS will be selling minimally-branded “Since” sweatshirts and short-sleeve t-shirts as Richardson exclusives. For colorways, consumers can expect to find the hoodies in black, gray, blue and pink, while the tees are available for purchase in black, white and orange tones. With FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS’ new collection, there’s nothing loud or over-the-top about the designs, nor are there any overwrought bells and whistles in the appearances; just a simple and clean logo adorning accessible, go-to essentials ready for any seasonal wardrobe.
You can take a look at FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS’ new Spring/Summer 2019 range for Richardson above, and stop by one of Richardson’s brick-and-mortar retail locations or head on over to the company’s official website to purchase some of the collection’s pieces. Pricing for FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS’ latest drop begins at $58 USD (FPAR Since T-Shirt) and caps off at $154 USD (FPAR Since Hooded Sweatshirt)
In December of 2018, FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS linked up with Richardson once more for a special holiday and winter capsule comprised of co-branded outerwear, color blocked long-sleeve Polo Rugby shirts and more.