Japanese brand FPAR (Forty Percents Against Rights) have unveiled their new Spring/Sumer 2016 collection lookbook in the ‘Real Eyes’ zine. Highly regarded for their anti-establishment approach to streetwear, FPAR have upped the anti (rhetoric) with their latest collection.
Launched in 1993 as the brainchild of Testsu Nishiyama — who is also the man behind the world renowned WTAPS — FPAR has transformed into one of the few streetwear brands that provide genuine food for thought, particularly with their brand manifesto: "To sabotage the fabricated information regulated by mass media using immediately effective forms of expression”. The Spring/Summer 2016 collection continues that rebellious streak, transforming FPAR's guerrilla and political elements into a fitting visual medium within the ‘Real Eyes’ zine, placing the brand against a backdrop of subliminal anarchic imagery. Using guerrilla warfare as the main source of inspiration, FPAR have created a range of pieces that are uncomplicated in colour but standout due to their trademark use of eye catching slogans.
The FPAR ‘Real Eyes’ zine and the collection is available now at select retailers including: a number of names*, END Clothing, Goodhood and Slam Jam Socialism. For a closer look at the collection check out the gallery below.