Discover Haculla, the New York-based brand merging contemporary art with streetwear. The label is the fruit of a collaboration between Chinese-American entrepreneur Jon Koon and Venezuelan street artist Harif Guzman, whose provocative work inspires the brand's statement prints. While firmly rooted in New York – where Guzman has spent over two decades tagging walls and buildings – the project has quickly gained an international reputation.

Selfridges's collection of Haculla designer clothing is brimming with eye-catching graphic garments. Each piece evokes a punk sensibility; the brand has been known to include motifs such as characters from Guzman's creations. The colour palette is typically white, black and red, evoking a gothic-inspired aesthetic. Dramatic fonts, smeared graphics and faded washes add further to the horror-film-esque mood. With logos, imagery and embroidered details sides of legs and on arms, this is definitely a brand for you if you like to display art on your body.

Like all good streetwear, Haculla clothing is created with wearability in mind. The dropped shoulder silhouettes of the label's printed T-shirts, hoodies and relaxed-fit shirts evoke a downtown NYC ease. Drawstring waists allow you to find your fit, while fabrics such as soft cotton and crepe allow for maximum comfort while sporting these bold styles.

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