Rascals’ Fall/Winter 2013 collection is an evolvement of their functional everyday streetwear introducing new outdoor fleece styles, polyester hoodies and zipped sport shirts. While these styles are inspired by the ’80s and ’90s hip-hop culture, some of the more kitsch things from back then have also resurfaced in the collection, especially refined in the all-over splatter pattern shirt and their new Drive logo-inspired by the ’80s neon aesthetic, likewise the movie Drive by danish director Nicolas Winding Refn. Another central part of the collection is the different “Scraps” print on various styles that originate from their grandmothers’ old album. The idea behind the scraps was to create an uncanny feeling where the familiar becomes unfamiliar.
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