AJOBYAJO Resists Stereotypes in SS22 "Boys Can Cry" Lookbook

Featuring oversized logo sweatshirts, denim suits, graphic backpacks, and more.

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AJOBYAJO unveiled its Spring/Summer 2022 “Boys Can Cry” collection. Said to resist stereotypes based on age, gender, and occupation, the lookbook sees models in a school setting.

The latest collection comprises a range of old-school apparel items in oversized silhouettes, from sweatshirts adorned with the AJOBYAJO logo in university fonts to stitched collar zip-ups. The standouts are the Crying Boy Jackets and Oversized Knit Vests in black and white colorways, decorated with graphics depicting a crying boy. Other pieces include denim suits with gun-shaped stitches, check-mixed shirts, and stripe-patterned two-fold T-shirts unique to the South Korean imprint. Rounding off the season are accessories such as the Robot Duel Backpack in grey and white and a Big Logo Head Band in sky blue and black.

Priced at ₩28,800 KRW (approximately $24 USD) for a head band to ₩198,000 KRW for the Crying Boy Jacket (approximately $165 USD), AJOBYAJO’s SS22 “Boys Can Cry” collection is now available on the official online store.

In other news, OBEY unveiled a print-filled SS22 collection.

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