The Brvtalist is pleased to present a full video stream of the Julius x Downwards S/S 2017 Paris fashion show. A collaboration for the ages, the show sees the conceptual Japanese fashion line infused with the legendary techno label's sound and imagery. With live performances from Kerridge and Autumns, industrial soundscapes fill the venue while the new collection marches down the runway. Aptly titled Knives, the line captures a decaying urban feel while paying homage to the imprint's groundbreaking artists.
For over two decades, the label run by Karl O'Connor (aka Regis) has pioneered an industrial techno sound that has influenced countless other artists and genres. Meanwhile, Julius, a label designed by Tatsuro Horikawa, is inspired by art, architecture, noise and more to create avant garde looks that always begin with a black palette. We immediately fell for the collection's British Murder Boys (Regis + Surgeon) sweatshirt and the off-white asymmetrical outerwear.
For The Brvtalist, a collaboration like this is nothing short of amazing as two of our favorite brands have combined forces for a performance that will no doubt be remembered for years to come. Please visit Julius and Downwards for more.