The Ready to Die Spring/Summer 2018 collection was showcased at Mexico City's recent Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week event and featured a cast of real models who authentically represented the city's youth subcultures.
Sporting graphic streetwear with a subtle goth twist, each of the models made the label's edgy pieces their own, pairing printed statement tops, trousers and outerwear with more understated basics.
Some of Ready to Die's most memorable looks for Spring/Summer 2018 included blue and white trousers with an ink-inspired print resembling tattoo art or notebook scribbles. Additional favorites were a punk-themed leather jacket in white that was accented with matching, muted stud detailing.
By choosing to cast real young people in its latest show, Ready to Die painted an authentic picture of Mexico City's urban fashion scene and its evolving street style aesthetic.
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