Background Inspired by German progressive rock of the late 1960s to the early 1970s. Collaborating with Nobuhiko Kitamura, the designer behind Hysteric Glamour, Undercover created five fictitious rock bands: Chuuut!, The SSSSS, Klaus, The Crouh, and Theo Burp. They designed items such as t-shirts and jacket sleeves for each one. Taking this concept further, Undercover then produced items that "remade" these core garments. The collection's theme, "T.," symbolized rock-and-roll tees. The graphic on the jacket sleeves also appears on the jackets, skirts, and other sundry items.
Details Light pink cotton "Thee Crouh" graphic on the front Bern Festival 71' and Undercover Records back graphics.
Size + Fit Marked size 2 fits a true to size Medium (please refer to measurements). 17.5 inch shoulder width 18 inch chest width 28 inch length