Go to the Dutch capital of Amsterdam, and the impact of the country’s most famous artists is felt.
The legendary Rembrandt and Van Gogh are remembered fondly with street names, museums and even the work of modern-day artists. However, the latter has been brought into modern-day form through a collaborative collection between the Van Gogh Museum and Japanese brand, UNUSED.
Bringing both shirts and t-shirts, the collection references Van Gogh’s work tastefully, working with oil painting patterns for the button-up shirts. Furthermore, some of his more low-key pieces, as well as the iconic Sunflowers, have been used as printed graphic tees.
Traditionalists may be a little surprised to see the work of the master of Impressionism integrated into streetwear, but you could argue that it’s a creative way of ensuring that a millennial crowd still sees the work of Van Gogh. Available as of April 12 from the likes of United Arrows, this is definitely one of the most interesting fashion drops this week