19/08/2014
Since arriving at Saint Laurent, Hedi Slimane has wasted no time in getting pop culture influencers like Kim Gordon and Courtney Love onboard in his campaigns.

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Sinead Stubbins

Now it has been announced that Seth Bogart of Hunx and his Punx (you can read our interview with Seth here) will be collaborating with the French label on a capsule collection. 

Featuring shirts, sneakers and a backpack, the collaboration will be a more 'upmarket' version of the DIY apparel that Bogart makes as part of Hunx merch. Speaking about the collaboration, Bogart told The Cut, "I kind of just started drawing a bunch of delinquent things like switchblades and combs and greasy hair products. I submitted all of them and the one that they ended up using was this page of doodles that I had made and then spilled water on and wasn’t even going to send."

Hopefully his 'P.M.S' tee gets a look in...

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