With designs that blend punk and hip-hop fashion influences, Lacking Since Thursday has dropped new attire that pay homage to director Takashi Miike. Launched final week on the model’s web site, the Kakihara assortment makes use of daring graphics to reference legendary movies like “Ichi the Killer.”
Co-signed by Metropolis Morgue, a horror-loving hip-hop group from New York, Lacking Since Thursday affords designs that talk to a variety of favor identities. When discovering inspiration in Miike’s movies, the model was drawn to Kakihara, a Yakuza-enforcer character with a powerful sense of favor and individuality. Throughout lengthy sleeve T-shirts and sweatpants, Kakihara’s face has been blown up and layered with a brilliant, pink overlay.
Shared on Lacking Since Thursday’s Instagram account, the Kakihara attire has been shot by Bobby Banks, then collaged right into a violent array of colours. The fashions additionally stand in entrance of racing-inspired clothes from a previous Lacking From Thursday launch. With costs starting from $80 to $130 USD, the Kakihara assortment is now out there at Lacking Since Thursday’s web site.
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