Sasquatchfabrix., a fashion collective that's based out of Tokyo, recently launched its 'Tengu SKATE' line, which features unique graphics that reference a part of Japanese folklore.
As the word "Tengu" directly translates to "heavenly dog," the line takes from a legend that dates back to the 1700s, when the term originated to describe a demonic canine, but later was used to represent a much more comical character. Included in the collection are a number of graphic tees and long-sleeves, as well as a simplistic belt that features a luxurious gold buckle to contrast the black material that it's made up of.
Those looking to get their hands on the new Sasquatchfabrix. pieces can keep an eye out for them on the collective's website.
Japanese Folklore-Inspired Fashion
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