F-LAGSTUF-F and 'Dragon Ball Z' Collab Showcases Super Saiyans in Action

Goku and Vegeta are seen mid-fight with Frieza.

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Tokyo-based label F-LAGSTUF-F has enlisted Dragon Ball Z for an extensive graphic-heavy capsule collection consisting of Harrington jackets, T-shirts and sweatshirts.

F-LAGSTUF-F is known for its ’90s anime graphics and various homages to Japanese subcultures, often creating pieces adorned with manga and dystopian-themed images through its “Neo-Tokyo” lens. For its collaboration with Dragon Ball Z, the brand has covered pieces with characters and anime references ranging from Shenron the dragon to Goku in Super Saiyan Rosé form with pink hair, a sketched depiction of Frieza and lots of Kanji calligraphy.

F-LAGSTUF-F’s logo also appears in a number of anime-inspired makeovers, most notably mimicking the Dragon Ball Z logo on a box logo T-shirt. BEAMS will also receive two exclusive limited-edition T-shirts, which can be seen below. The entire collection comes in a myriad of colors, from white, black and grey to brighter hues of blue, orange, purple and red — each of which see contrasting co-branded graphics.

Take a look at the entire Dragon Ball Z x F-LAGSTUF-F collection in the gallery above and pick up your favorite pieces from BEAMS Japan‘s pre-release on June 7. The collection will have a wider release online and in Japan on June 14 at select retailers.

In other news, Prada has released a line of exclusive items for its Tokyo pop-up.

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