Enfants Riches Déprimés, a label that was founded back in 2012 by Henri Alexander, has a talent for marrying subculture themes with designer fashion.
As these two often clash with one another, the seamless nature in which Enfants Riches Déprimés presents them is what makes it standout. Modeled on a muse who wears a rather disturbingly somber expression, pieces from the collection include a selection of jackets, long-sleeves, shirts, pants, tank tops, accessories and more.
Throughout, graphics which liken the apparel to legendary director David Lynch and American painter Robert Motherwell are included. This is displayed particularly on a piece which sports "Mulholland Drive" on its front, as well as a number that incorporate abstract artworks.
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