Daylight Curfew F/W16


The collection, titled REDACTED, is inspired by, and subtly comments on, modern day censorship and control through starkly contrasted crossed out logos and scrambled imagery that plays equally on nostalgia as it does our modern day surveillance state. The Channel tees and hoodie are throw backs to censored cable television when signals were distorted for those who chose not to, or didn't have the means to, subscribe. The Redacted pieces are a take on Daylight Curfew’s minimal branding with stark black redacted lines and the letter X to represent the concept of self censorship. 

The collection is rounded out with a selection of giclee art prints, a lux suede 20x20 pillow, Idea Book, Censored Mug, and 8mm black steel X Ring.

For the upcoming colder months, the collection's t-shirts are have a heavier weight (5.5 oz) than our usual 4.2oz tees. Made in Los Angeles.

See the collection below and our F/W16 lookbook, shot on the beautiful streets of Barcelona. 

October 18, 2016 — Adam Harrison