Street wear royalty Hysteric Glamour was founded by Japanese designer Nobuhiko Kitamura. After graduating from Tokyo Mode Gakuin Fashion School, Nobuhiko pursued a career in fashion and established his label Hysteric Glamour in 1984. The unisex label was inspired by popular culture especially rock and roll and punk. After being published in a well known Japanese fashion magazine, titled Olive, the brand's popularity soared. Hysteric Glamour had a range of famous customers such as Terry Richardson and Iggy Pop who were often seen sporting their garments. In recent years, Hysteric Glamour have had a revival and had a successful collaboration with Supreme. Hysteric Glamour’s playful graphics and unique aesthetic contributes to the popularity of the brand’s vintage pieces today. Explore Irvrsbl's selection of vintage Hysteric Glamour pieces online.