1993 saw Tetsu Nishiyama launch Forty Percents Against Rights, the predecessor to his brand WTaps.
A streetwear brand that didn't shy away from guerrilla messaging and bold political statements, its 2013 revival captured the core of of modern street culture whilst highlighting the enduring power of Nishiyama's bold visual screen printing twenty years after FPAR's first release. This coming season FPAR have channeled influences from across the visual spectrum into a range of graphic tees, sweats and outerwear pieces, from horror films & 90s cartoon series to collegiate typography and the brand’s trademark anarchist messaging.
Key pieces this Spring include the classic 1993 Forty Percents Against Rights tee, a faux fur lined prospective windbreaker and the Pop Rocks hooded sweatshirt. The Spring/Summer collection is available now in-stores and online as ANON*, END Clothing and Slam Jam Socialism.