16/01/2017
Perfection.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Japanese streetwear label X-Girl has just hit our radar, thanks to its collaboration with artist, Yayoi Kusama.

The limited edition range covers tees, raincoats, bags and more, all covered in Kusama’s motifs – think hot pink polka dots across the whole range. There's also a tee with a graphic of Kusama’s holy grail of exhibits, the Infinity Mirror Room (Google it).

The collection drops February 9.

x-girl.jp/en

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