22. HYSTERIC GLAMOUR Junkies Baddy Powder T-Shirt
Inspired By: The Johnson's Baby Powder logo
Nobuhiko Kitamura's Hysteric Glamour was doing its thing via Tokyo in the mid 1980s. It's an incredibly underrated brand and a deeply important one. If you think Japanese streetwear is a recent phenomenon, think again. Long before there were queues for red camo BAPE, there were waiting lists for Hysteric Glamour's tees. 'Charlie's Angels', Hermes and 'Girl on a Motorcycle' designs amassed fashionista fans, and continuing the trashy rock 'n' roll theme, this anti/pro drugs message (depending on how debauched the celebrity wearing it was) was a bestseller — referencing two kinds of white powder.