FUCT SSDD is the sub-label of Erik Brunetti’s pioneering Streetwear brand, FUCT. While fans can always rely on FUCT for releasing subversive shirts and other graphic driven apparel, SSDD can be considered a one of a kind passion project that pays homage to classic American style. Recently, FUCT SSDD released a windbreaker as part of the brand’s fall collection. Constructed from nylon while using a contrast pattern lining, the windbreaker features button up style closures and was designed with refine detailing such as ribbed cuffs, two front pockets, and was finished off nicely with a vintage inspired FUCT embroidery placed on the front of the coat in bright yellow for an overall clean and timeless aesthetic. Priced at approximately $210 USD, the latest release from FUCT SSDD is now available for purchase through the hypebeast online shop.
Once referred to as, “The Slayer of streetwear,” FUCT is without a doubt one of the most well-regarded brands within street culture. The fall/winter 2012 delivery from FUCT’s Friend’s U Can’t Trust collection was inspired by a now defunct warehouse located at 619 Western Avenue in Seattle, Washington. What once was a small manufacturing facility is now said to be housing for low income artists and local vagrants. Using 619′s human resources, FUCT had the warehouses’ most prominent faces model the forthcoming collection of graphic shirts, sweatshirts, and snapback hats. Be on the lookout for the fall/winter 2012 collection from FUCT which will be available for purchase at authorized retailers within the next few weeks.
Photographed by Richard Rodney in Marfa, Texas is the latest lookbook from FUCT’s line SSDD. Be on the lookout for the collection which blends western workwear and military aesthetics at authorized FUCT SSDD retailers worldwide later on this year.
Legendary Seattle, Washington based artist Charles Krafft, most commonly known for his work with ceramic known as “disasterware” has teamed up with one of the pioneering brands in the streetwear industry, FUCT. This all-star collaboration between the creatives comes in the form of graphic shirts featuring Charles Krafft’s work printed on them. Be on the lookout for the collaboration shirts at select FUCT retailers in the near future.