Pot Meets Pop Highlights Three Indonesian Artists for Its Latest Apparel Collection

Over the course of 2021, denim brand Pot Meets Pop has been heavily focused on producing compelling and collaborative collections. Some highlights of its year include that of team-ups with Cheech and Chong as well as an earth-friendly range with Badjatex, and now it has further broadened its catalog with three Indonesian artists: Ican Harem, Ykha Amelz and Phantasien.

Ican Harem — an artist from Bali — is heralded for his eclectic design language and has touched various corners of the creative industry from apparel to music to bespoke gallery art. For this collaboration, his employs his various neon-colored imagery onto Pot Meets Pop’s signature denim chore jacket and pants along with a black short-sleeved tee.

Jakarta-based illustrator Ykha Amelz delivers her playful cartoon pictures, vivid colors and her signature Babbott character fighting a red mohawk demon to the table for her collaboration. These designs make their way onto heather gray pullover hoodies and tees.

Phantasien — another illustrator from Jakarta — brings visual imagery related to a medieval fantasy world to life for her range of garments. Printed across white and black tees, black hoodies and a denim jacket arrives dreamy graphics of colorful forests, dancing people, folks on horses and a boat floating on a pond.

If interested in purchasing, all three capsules are now available exclusively at the Fash Future Fest’s official store until January 2.

For other news, COMME des GARÇONS and Chrome Hearts teamed up for a collaborative collection.
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