Recently, a new UNDERCOVER collection was launched, which makes the Japanese designer brand out to be a record label that's promoting the merchandise of a band that's known as PUNK FLOYD -- an obvious parody of English rock band Pink Floyd, as well as CAN, a German band.
All of the fictional band merchandise makes use of vivid colorways that instantly attracts the attention of viewers -- with hues like sky blue, crimson red, and bright yellow marking the fabrics, while contrasting graphics decorate them. Included in the new UNDERCOVER collection are hoodies, long-sleeve shirts, tees, jackets, festival-ready waist bags, and various merchandise accessories like band posters, vinyl records, and stickers. With this, the new UNDERCOVER collection takes advantage of the hype surrounding designer music merchandise in a unique way.
Fictitious Band Streetwear
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Summery Vintage-Inspired Streetwear
Ironically Luxurious T-shirts
Digital Detox-Inspired Streetwear
Vivid Tokyo Streetwear Lookbooks
Failed Festival Tees
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