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Popular Japanese clothing brand UNDERCOVER has unveiled its Fall/Winter 2016 collection. With no specific theme name, at first glance there's a feel of Where the Wild Things Are, most likely due to the pointy ears which have been added to the already eye-catching brimmed hats. Of course the brand continues to implement select elements from its previous spring collection, however, the main source of inspiration is found in Belgian artist Michael Borremans' paintings. Most notably, you can see the artist's "Black Mould" piece reinterpreted on the back of a M-51 zip-up coat.

Filled with a gloomy, ghostly atmosphere, the upcoming collection is very much consistent with UNDERCOVER's usual temperaments. Fans will not be disappointed.

For more of the most stylish on the planet, be sure to check out what people wore to COMME des GARCONS' FW16 show in Paris.

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