there are far too few jackets in the world with photos of bentover bottoms splashed across the front, don’t you think? Well, it seems you’re not the only one. For the autumnwinter 2016 collection of Christian dada, a tokyo-based line launched by Masanori Morikawa (pictured below) in 2010, the Parisian-influenced fashion house (for men and women) collaborated with provocative Japanese photographer nobuyoshi araki to splash sexually charged images across garments. these (no doubt intentionally) instaworthy flashes of flesh sat alongside lavish floral embroideries that evoked giant colourful tattoos. Everything about these clothes— parachute pants and fishtail bombers and rubber trousers—screams 21st century, as testified by the legions of harajuku kids and K-pop stars who wear them. these are clothes to get you papped and up your “likes.” Wallflowers need not apply.