After dropping by its pop-up in Los Angeles, we now take a closer look at the Spring/Summer 2018 collection from mysterious Japanese brand Girls Don’t Cry. Save for the fact that esteemed graphic designer Verdy is at the helm, there’s not much else known about the label – the imprint doesn’t have an online store or website. As far as we know, the only way to cop pieces is from its sporadic pop-up events, or perhaps through friends in the industry.
However, we now get a rare look at the brand’s own unique vision through a moody lookbook. Showcased in the images is a selection of new tees, rendered in colorways of black, white and red. As opposed to the offering present at its LA shop, the new selection sees a wider variety of graphics. Highlights include a “Wasted Youth” motif with a single red rose as embellishment, an image of a cross superimposed onto a butterfly, as well as a smiley face with the words “MAD” in place of the eyes.
You can view the complete lookbook in the gallery above. Details are sparse regarding how exactly to cop elusive collection, but stay tuned here as we find out more.