This 424 Collection Includes a Tupac Shirt and a Molotov Turtleneck

By: Charlotte Joyce Kidd - Nov 3, 2015
References: shop.fourtwofouronfairfax & hypebeast
This year's Fall/Winter collection from 424 on Fairfax is inspired by the aesthetics of anarchy, featuring a Tupac shirt and a turtleneck with "Molotov" emblazoned across its front.

424 previously specialized mainly in accessories, tees and outerwear, as well as collaborating with and launching other designers' work. For Fall/Winter 2015, it has come out with its own full range of apparel, even offering a couple of pairs of pants. The theme of the collection is a sense of non-conformity and anarchy.

The styles are 90s-grunge inspired, with plenty of rips and loose threads and a subdued color palette. Design touches express sympathy for anti-authoritarian causes. In addition to the Tupac shirt, there are jackets with red 424 armbands and t-shirts bearing imagery of police violence.