COMME des GARÇONS has linked up with Belgian fashion designer Walter Van Beirendonck to release a small"Made in Japan" capsule of politically-charged T-shirts.

Arriving in both short- and long-sleeve, the beige tees all feature colorful collaged images with "W:A.R." in bold red letters sitting prominently across the front. Dotted around the tees at the sleeves and back are various liberal phrases like “Respect Diversity,” “Demand Freedom” and “Demand Beauty.”

The “Made in Japan” capsule is exclusive to COMME des GARÇONS Trading Museum and Dover Street Market. You can purchase them at DSM’s e-shop now for £180 (around $225).

In other fashion news, FILA and Pepsi are releasing a collab clothing collection.

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