SAN FRANCISCO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 11, 2021 / Los Angeles-based streetwear brand Les Fantome Palette, which loosely derives from the phrase "the ghost palette," embraces a disjointed pastiche of youthful rebellion and nostalgia noir. From graphic tees that celebrate cultural icons like Kobe Bryant and the Black Madonna to military-style trench coats and polaroid-esque sweatshirts, LFP is an amalgamation of uncanny imagery and juxtaposing color stories. One of the brand's featured tees "Idol," highlights two figures who have, in many ways, transcended normality to such an extent that they are hailed as idols-LFP merges the icons' alter egos with their human form to create a surreal, chimeric design. The emerging fashion company draws most of its inspiration from moments of liminality, when emotions are at their peak and ideas are released, distorted and fragmented on canvas. Oftentimes, LFP's designs reflect themes of America's culture and history, radical innovation and dark metal.
Largely influenced by industrial craftsmanship, the label employs high-quality garments and raw canvases, providing a niche street style. Each piece incorporates small details that differ slightly from the next, ensuring that every item is unique. Launched in May 2021, LFP has since pursued global expansion with operations out of LA, Milan and France.
Within the coming months, the streetwear line will be releasing a new and highly anticipated capsule collection for Fall 2021. Slated to launch in September, LFP's forthcoming collection will showcase a variety of interchangeable pieces including more outerwear, shirts, sweaters, bottoms and accessories. For updates on Les Fantome Palette's upcoming releases, follow them on Instagram (@lesfantomepaletteus) or to explore their current collections, visit their website.
SOURCE: Les Fantome Palette
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