Artist Aurélien Arbet and graphic designer Jérémie Egry maintained their outsized esthetic for their fifth ready-to-wear collection, dubbed “True Real” and inspired by modern tribes, namely rappers and heavy metal fans. The street wear line, which verges on the loud, is built in a palette of black, white and blue, and features three recurring abstract prints by Canadian photographer Jessica Eaton.

Artist Aurélien Arbet and graphic designer Jérémie Egry maintained their outsized esthetic for their fifth ready-to-wear collection, dubbed “True Real” and inspired by modern tribes, namely rappers and heavy metal fans. The street wear line, which verges on the loud, is built in a palette of black, white and blue, and features three recurring abstract prints by Canadian photographer Jessica Eaton.

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