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Japanese publication POPEYE takes the veil off its latest editorial, featuring goods from military-inspired streetwear imprint WTAPS. As a study of the brand’s motto “Placing Things Where They Should Be,” the brand’s Spring/Summer 2015 offerings are put to the test in a barren desert setting, carrying over nicely from POPEYE‘s previous WTAPS editorial in 2014.

Enjoy clicking through the photo set above, and for hardcore fans of the brand, check out WTAPS designer Tetsu Nishiyama’s side project DESCENDANT.

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