With the impressive showing of its Spring 2017 ready-to-wear collection, Faith Connexion has expertly angled itself to continue its rise to fashion prominence. Seemingly inspired by some rockstar’s wardrobe, construction and silhouettes within the collection don't take a departure from the successful formula of previous drops, with its theme of roughed-up clothing still intact. With pieces such as leather jackets hand-painted by French graffiti artists Pisco Logik and Vincent Dacquin and punked-up Perfectos by Korean designer and punk band founder Bajowoo of 99%IS, compelling artistry and unusual designs have a spellbinding grasp on the individual’s attention. Other interesting pieces include tops looking as though they’ve been mashed together from various flags, and pants that offer a tie-dye theme with fringe detailing that almost seems like a callback to the '70s. Take a look at the collection's lookbook in the gallery above, which happens to feature Vic Mensa, and let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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