WHIZ LIMITED Brings Back '80s Motifs for SS20 Collection

From metallic materials to military patterns.

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Founded by Hiroaki Shitano back in 2000, WHIZ LIMITED has consistently offered exceptional apparel and accessories for streetwear fans, and its latest Spring/Summer 2020 collection is no different.

Moving forward from its Americana-styled “SCREEN” collection last year, the Japanese label is now revisiting the ’80s, bringing back various motifs from the period in its upcoming “RAVE” collection. From reflective and metallic materials and plastics to cyberpunk-styled graphic logos and even military patterns and accessories, the retro aesthetic permeates throughout the entire SS20 line. Making up the collection are full-volumed sportswear silhouettes and hoodies, vibrant back-flapped caps, military-inspired harnesses and outerwear, and reflective metallic sweatsuits.

Take a closer look at the WHIZ LIMITED “RAVE” collection in the gallery above before it drops later this year.

For more things fashion-related, Dima Leu has offered a contemporary twist on traditional sartorial design in his AW20 collection.

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