D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
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D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
D-antidote seoul fashion week
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch

D-Antidote presented its SS19 collection “The Storm & The Stress” at Seoul Fashion Week yesterday. The collection merged the neon colors from South Korean 1997 gangster movie BEAT with English sportswear styles, and showcased a collaboration with South Korean-owned sportswear label FILA.

The collection is predominantly youthful, taking sportswear styles that are popular on the street and realizing them through a saturated pastel / neon color palette. Key pieces include the striped short-sleeve shirts, check print two-pieces, and the all-over frozen yellow D-Antidote x FILA sneakers.

Check out all the looks in the gallery above.

In other style news, here’s what’s dropping at Palace today

Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor