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Video via Joyrich
Following their '60s wild child style, pop art, and Americana looks for spring, Joyrich debuts a bevy of pop punk 'fits for fall. To show off their latest print-happy threads, the LA-based label and retailer has unveiled a one-minute clip of models street-dwelling and dancing to the sounds of Skrillex's "Bangarang"—a track that the fashion world just can't quit. (Remember when LF used it for their trippy lookbook video earlier this year?).
As far as nab-worthy pieces go, we predict the patch-embellished bomber, gradient denim cutoffs, floral button down shirt and satin jacket printed with dolls wearing sunglasses will hit wish lists first.
· Joyrich [Official Site]
· Behold Joyrich's Poptastic Wonderland on Melrose [Racked]
· LF Gets Trippy for Festival Lookbook Video [Racked]