The prints used in the Trakatan FW 2011/12 line of shirts are something you don't see everyday. After all, who else would think to use mold as an inspiration for the next big thing in fashion?
The Trakatan FW 2011/12 collection features shirts printed with various super-sized bacteria patches. What's truly remarkable about the prints is their fidelity to what bacteria actually looks like under a microscope. In addition, the top helps its wearer perfectly blend in with mossy surroundings. It may be just a tad too kooky for me, but I'd still respect anyone who's willing and able to pull off this new style sensation.
You can check out the Trakatan FW 2011/12 collection in its entirety over on the Trakatan website, where these shirts will be available later on in the year.
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