Dusty lo-fi graphics and neon hues are emblazoned across a concise slew of #FR2 garbs; the latest pieces encompass 3 prints over T-shirts, long-sleeves and hoodies. One standout print draws inspiration from a portrait of a Chinese imperial officer, illustrating attire worn in the Qing dynasty. Dressed in a blue robe, the peacock motif on the person’s Buzi badge is an indication that the depicted figure is a civil official of the third rank. #FR2’s signature “SMOKING KILLS” logo takes the form of a yellow sheet of paper that masks the face. Another highlighted graphic riffs on iconography from the ’50s. Emboldened in a retro-inspired cursive typeface, the label’s aforementioned slogan is printed across a base of white, black and neon colored long-sleeves. Rounding out the deliveries is another print in reference to the expressionist style paintings of the late 19th-century, displayed over black and grey hoodies.
Check out the photos above for a look at the latest arrivals from #FR2. Scroll below to shop now and click here to read more about #FR2.