COMME Des GARÇONS & Walter Van Beirendonck Come With Politically-Charged T-shirts
Japanese fashion label COMME des GARÇONS and Belgian fashion designer Walter Van Beirendonck has teamed up to release a small “Made in Japan“ capsule of…
Japanese fashion label COMME des GARÇONS and Belgian fashion designer Walter Van Beirendonck has teamed up to release a small “Made in Japan“ capsule of politically-charged T-shirts.
Political t-shirts with liberal phrases
You can choose between short and long sleeve. The beige t-shirts all feature colorful collaged images with “W:A.R.” in bold red letters sitting across the front. Around the t-shirts you can find various liberal phrases like “Demand Freedom“, “Demand Beauty“ or “Demand Diversity.“
The “Made in Japan” capsule is exclusive to COMME des GARÇONS Trading Museum and Dover Street Market. Their price is around $200.
COMME des GARÇONS
Rei Kawakubo found the brand in Tokyo in 1969. She owns the company with her husband Adrian Joffe“It is true to say that I ‘design’ the company, not just clothes,” Kawakubo said. The designer Hiroyuki Horihata told W magazine that all she wanted was to “make clothes that nobody has ever seen. She wanted extreme beauty.” Today, the company is worth in excess of $200 million.
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