The designs are inspired by the vintage test-print tees by weber. Each of the tees was initially randomly printed and produced from the factory for quality check and was never meant to make it to market. However, this time, the brand has utilized the shirts as the basis of its theme. The collaborated t-shirts feature an original Hajime Sorayama graphic design that can be seen on two tees, one with the words “SKY MOUNTAIN” on the front and the other with “Sorayama” on the back with kanji characters. Another can be seen with Sorayama’s Venus, showcased as the highlighted print on the shirt. Tetsuya Nakamura’s collaborative long-sleeve tee features his signature printing technique. The patterns seen on the shirt are emphasized in cool and warm color contrasts, providing that extra pop of color to the white tee.
The new NANZUKA UNDERGROUND has been relocated to Harajuku, Tokyo and is open starting June 5.
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