Originally conceived as a company creating silk screened t-shirts for skaters, FPAR arrives at END. for SS16. The brand arose during the 90s Harajuku street scene as a silk screen tee company, the creation of Testsu Nishiyama, who would go on to start WTAPS. FPAR is Nishiyama’s more intimate collection, standing for Forty Percents Against Rights.
A Japanese brand that is identified by their signature slogan tees and hoodys, the label also produces a wide collection of jackets, hats and accessories. The brand’s message is a simple one; to play with fabricated information regulated by the mass media.
The FPAR SS16 Collection is available now online at EndClothing.com.