When we last left Bloodbath Project, the Los Angeles-based brand had debuted its winter lookbook - a collection of hoodies and tees with cryptic imagery, bucket hats, and photos of dudes participating in copious blunt-smoking.
Now, the company that first launched in 2008 presents its spring 2014 collection, titled "Six Million Ways." Raglan-cut t-shirts and crewnecks with enigmatic symbols allude to layered meanings on themes of corruption and power. Baseball jerseys bearing the brand's name are paired with black beanies, while murdered out varsity jackets host simple designs. And, naturally, there's at least one guy chiefing.
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