Bajowoo’s uproarious South Korean imprint, 99%IS-, has returned with its Spring/Summer 2020 lookbook. Titled “END N AND,” the new collection maintains Bajowoo’s extremist lens on punk aesthetics through heavily distressed graphic t-shirts, full face masks, and the now-iconic Gopchang pants that nearly every hip-hop artist has been seen rocking. The brand recently took its latest seasonal range to Paris Fashion Week for a pop-up showroom, now revealing the collection to the public in its entirety.
Within the range, various color palettes depict exorbitant graphics, patchwork, and distressing details. Notable pieces include the designer’s Gopchang Pants, custom patchwork Balaclavas, a plethora of bricolage graphic t-shirts, customized “Korea” souvenir jackets and more. As usual, the label hasn’t shied away from taking punk to the extreme, aptly transmitting much of the subcultures ideology to the forefront of its methodological premise — the garments are DIY in nature and unrefined in their finish, offering up a sense of sincerity through the Bajowoo’s hard-pressed will to design clothes his own way.
You can view 99%IS- entire Spring/Summer 2020 range in the lookbook above. The brand will soon open pre-orders for the items via its website, with stockists expected to sell the items in early 2020.
For more related news, 99%IS- is dropping its SM1LE CAP in black this Friday.