New York-based clothing label SAENAI recently unveils a look at its Spring/Summer 2018 collection lookbook entitled 'Imaginary Boys.' The lookbook is influenced by a 1995 cult film by Gregg Araki titled The Doom Generation. The entire visual story is captured by photographer Fanny Nunn and creatively directed by DaRaun Crawford. The lookbook taps on the local skate youth community, specifically from Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn. This concept aims to evoke a more accurately depicted view from the perspective of youth culture, violence, sex, and rebellion.
The SAENAI Spring/Summer 2018 collection features casual staple pieces that boast a cut-and-sew technique. There is a plethora of monochromatic pieces offered, with loud statement pieces as well, such as the gradient colored jackets, the shirts that boast checker prints, and color blocking garments.
Image Credit: Fanny Nunn
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