WACKO MARIA has just delivered its latest drop of the season. The Japanese label often pays tribute to classic films, like The Silence of the Lambs and The Big Lebowski, and now its turning its attention to Quentin Tarantino‘s Pulp Fiction. Joining this lineup is a NANGA collaboration, offering a range of bold down jackets.
Pulp Fiction‘s movie title is emblazoned across a series of sweaters, long-sleeves, short-sleeve button-ups and T-shirts. A handful of the pieces feature a minimal design, displaying only the “Pulp Fiction” logo over a variety of colors. The rest of the lineup comes with old graphics that reference the movie, like a pack of cigarettes labeled as “Red Apple” and a large illustration of the “Big Kahuna” burger.
The NANGA collaboration encompasses down jackets and anoraks, colored in blue, black, camo and bold leopard prints. One noteworthy piece is a camo-down jacket that’s slightly oversized. “WACKO MARIA” branding is thinly embroidered at the left side of the chest, lying adjacent to the “NANGA” patch logo stitched onto the upper left arm. The jacket comes with twin waist pockets and an internal zipper compartment, while other details like the jacket’s smooth nylon lining complete the piece.
WACKO MARIA’s Pulp Fiction lineup and NANGA collaboration are currently available on WACKO MARIA’s website, ranging from ¥9,000 – ¥72,000 JPY (approximately $82 – $662 USD).
In case you missed it, here’s a look at WACKO MARIA’s expansive SS21 lookbook.
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