Enfants Riches Deprimes rediscovers Parisian punk for Spring Summer 16
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Henri Alexander took to the fashion world in 2012, to create a counter-culture movement for everyday dressing, hence the birth of his street wear brand, Enfants Riches Deprimes. Inspired by the Parisian punk era circa 1970, Alexander just launched his Spring Summer look book for 2016 that saw references from avant garde Japan abstraction. The brand that translates to 'depressed rich children' is a clear reflection of the classism and social movement that's currently going on, taking a stand against the pretentiousness of high fashion with their distressed take on everyday apparel wear.