Hiroshi Fujiwara & Jun Takahashi: Seditionaries Archive Book
Founded by Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren in 1976, Seditionaries solidified itself as a destructive fashion force to be reckoned with. The brand masterfully created shock value through clothing and subverted mainstream values through products and branding, from shirts of the Swastika to depictions of the Cambridge Rapist and more. The true impact of Seditionaries stretches far and wide, influencing multiple facets of both mainstream and subcultures to this very day.
Hiroshi Fujiwara and Jun Takahashi, both prolific fashion figures from Japan, have published this book that serves as a means of appreciation for Seditionaries. The clothing featured were collected by both individuals since around the early 90s, with the brand as a whole influencing their creative endeavors and milestones within the fashion industry at large.
Publication is available for online viewing here.
• Year Published: 2005
• Size: 37.5cm (H) x 26.5cm (W) x 3.5cm (L)
• Condition: Used, no noticeable signs of damage.