Gap Japan followed up the fashion chain's decision to reach into its archives to bring back popular 90s looks that were flaunted in ads by icons like Naomi Campbell, with a collaborative design that was made with Diaspora Skateboards.
Overall, the design of the shirt is simple and can be worn with just about any combination of causal attire. Despite the minimalist aesthetic however, the graphics on the front of it make it statement-worthy. In its traditional fashion, Gap's branding is included boldly, with large serif lettering in black bringing some stark contrast to the white material.
Beneath it, Diaspora's 'Magic Circle' graphic is included. In order to keep the release exclusive, the collaboratively made tees will only be available from Gap Japan stores in Tokyo for a limited time.
Collaborative Japanese Skateboard Tees
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