England's Passarella Death Squad label has dropped the latest batch of fire streetwear from its FW16 collection (the lookbook for which you can see here,) and it features a ton of print jackets.
Each piece in the lengthy collection is made exclusively in England, using only Japanese fabrics. This latest release contains T-shirts, sweatshirts, and jackets in varying styles and colorways. The T-shirts were designed in collaboration with Compton-based artist Darryl Davis, who in the 1980s created record sleeves for the likes of the World Class Wreckin Cru and Techno Kut Records, as well as N.W.A.'s Ruthless Records.
Founded in 2004, Passarella Death Squad labels itself a "complete aesthetic experience encompassing clothing, musical composition and fine art." It's inspired by Andy Warhol’s Factory HQ, it produces multi-disciplinary works united by a sense of contemporary noir.
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