Used Future

Brand: Used Future

Season: SS18 “City Project — Tokyo, Japan”

Key Pieces: The Japanese text and tiger motif printed tees, which look like a better iteration of the Le Tigre logo, and the adjustable dad caps keeping it clean and simple with the UFU branding on the front panel.

Editor’s Notes: After delivering its initial SS18 collection, combining every popular fashion trend right now, Seoul-based Used Future is back again with another capsule for the season, dubbed “City Project — Tokyo, Japan.”

Comprising graphic printed tees, hoodies, headwear, and more, the casual lineup essentially focuses on the local people and culture of Tokyo, as the Korean brand aims to implant its own streetwear ethos into its neighboring country’s surroundings.

If you like what you see, head on over to Used Future’s website for more details and availability.

In other style news, DOMESTIK debuts a capsule inspired by dance in Indonesia.

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