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VFiles Sport Plus made an impressive debut this spring with its release of unisex motocross-inspired gear, and is back with another strong release. 

Continuing its emphasis on bold logo placement, oversized fits, and monochromatic designs, this release was heavily influenced by the Riot Grrrl movement of the mid 1980s and early 1990s. Hoodies, sweatshirts, jerseys, and denim are emblazoned with “DO NOT TOUCH,” “IRRITANT,” and “GIRL POWER” text, which nod to the medical badges often associated with the underground feminist style. But don’t let the punk references throw you off. The collection is predominately sporty and upholds VFiles Sport Plus' vision of classic athletic gear reinterpreted with contemporary cuts, colors, and fabrics.

This season, we also see VFiles Sport Plus expand into footwear, with the release of men’s and women’s sneakers made in collaboration with ALDO. It also teamed up with Japanese jewelry brand AMBUSH for a set of 14k gold pinky rings, pendants, and nameplate necklaces.

Check out images of the collection below, and be sure to keep your eye out for its release in February 2015.