Fashion

why not us' FW19 Collection Pays Homage to '70s Rock

Created in collaboration with graphic artist Ram Han.

By
1,465 Hypes

why not us' FW19 Collection Pays Homage to '70s Rock

Created in collaboration with graphic artist Ram Han.

Upon releasing its vintage-inspired Spring/Summer 2019 collection, Korean streetwear brand why not us is now back with a cozier range just in time for fall and winter. This season features the label’s ongoing partnership with graphic artist Ram Han.

Dubbed “Girls, Rock,” the third and final collaboration is a fusion between the streetwear label’s ’80s and ’90s styles with Ram Han’s old pop and subculture-influenced art. With The Runaways musician Joan Jett’s looks in the ’70s serving as inspiration, items range from mesh tops and cropped shirts to velvet jackets and skirts. Highlight pieces include flared trousers emblazoned with Ham Ran’s signature art in eye-catching hues like mint and pink.

Scroll through the gallery above for the lookbook and peep below for the full collection. why not us’ Fall/Winter 2019 range is available for purchase now at the brand’s online store.
Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Nike's Swoosh Logo Hoodie Is the Ultimate Cozy Girl Staple
Fashion

Nike's Swoosh Logo Hoodie Is the Ultimate Cozy Girl Staple

Arriving in three colorways.
19,896 Hypes

6 Emerging Female-Led Korean Brands You Need to Know
Fashion 

6 Emerging Female-Led Korean Brands You Need to Know

Ranging from streetwear to footwear.
4,802 Hypes


Kim Kardashian's Paris Robbery Is Turning into a Film
Culture

Kim Kardashian's Paris Robbery Is Turning into a Film

Co-written and directed by French comic book artist and filmmaker, Joann Sfar.
1,186 Hypes

Get Cozy in Uniqlo's Latest Collaboration With Engineered Garments
Fashion

Get Cozy in Uniqlo's Latest Collaboration With Engineered Garments

Celebrating 25 years of the Japanese fast fashion brand’s fleece.
6,921 Hypes


More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Keep updated on the latest news.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.