'Futura,' a famed American street artist, collaborated with NIGOLD by UNITED ARROWS for a few graffiti-printed pieces that can be found within its 2016 Fall/Winter collection.
Although eye-catching in design, the black and white colorways on both the blazer and button-up shirt that he creates give off a sleek and rather minimalist aesthetic, making the pieces more versatile to wear. This is what makes it the most different from other graffiti-printed apparel, which tends to give off a punk look that's usually better suited to teens.
By incorporating his designs into more formal looks and utilizing patterns that are more simplistic, Futura and NIGOLD by UNITED ARROWS offer great alternatives for those looking to spice up the brand's business-casual clothing selection.
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