A publisher, a DJ and a graphic illustrator make the most unlikely design trio, but Parisian label Club 75 was conceived with three wildly different creatives at its helm. Club 75 was founded by Michael Dupouy, a publisher best known for penning the streetwear bible All Gone, in collaboration with his friends DJ Busy P and artist So-Me, resulting in a brand with diverse, eclectic influences. Club 75’s collection this season is a confluence of its founders’ passions, featuring garments highly inspired by music and French culture. Signature pieces include a cap with “Paris Intra Muros” (meaning Paris’ inner city) printed on the side, as well as a white tee with peace signs printed on the chest — perhaps an ode the city’s Je Suis Paris movement. Undoubtedly, French fever is running high this season.