KIDILL is putting the highlight on Japanese underground culture with an alternative street fashion editorial that boasts grit, unapologetic self-expression and daring youthful representations. The Fall/Winter 2018 offerings are a follow-up to the 70s-inspired drop from the Spring/Summer collection that "proved punk wasn't dead."
KIDILL's upcoming capsule is artistic, largely progressive and somewhat outlandishly punk. The alternative street fashion editorial boasts layered clothing ensembles with unconventionally chromatic silhouettes—from head-to-toe rockabilly-type pink tailored suits to a large variety of plaid.
Perhaps to question identity, add a sense of alien-like horror or both, KIDILL styles its alternative street fashion with monstrous headgear. From scary clowns that boast furry bags to amphibian-like masks, the Fall/Winter 2018 editorial is a testimony to punk influences and KIDILL's outgoing creative ambition.
Photo Credits: Yoshiaki Hikinuma