Anti Social Social Club is dropping its FW19 collection this week, and it's chock full of the cheeky shirts and accessories we've come to expect.

Titled "Feeling Anxious for No Reason," the collection takes the sentiment to heart with a hoodie bearing the same phrase, as well as a "Burnout" and "Forever Hated" overshits. The signature logo pieces have been hit with new lightning, fire, and flower embellishments, and a plate of chicken that calls back to Supreme SS18. Accessories include a grinder and weed tray for the stoners out there, in addition to a Rubix cube, balsa glider toy airplane, AirPods case, and casino visors.

This collection's photo shoot stands out from the past, utilizing mannequins for each product, down to the accessories. Consider it a blank slate to project your own anxieties onto.

Look out for the full collection to drop at 8 a.m. PST October 5 via ASSC's website.

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