In launching its Archive Series for Vestiaire Collective, Byronesque – the revolutionary platform that aggregates contemporary vintage globally, while simultaneously celebrating subculture’s most revered rebels – has curated a digital pop-up of 200 completely unique, you-won’t-find-these-anywhere-else sartorial gems.

Paying homage to the punk zeitgeist that ran through to the mid-2000s, the edit features seminal, highly sought-after pieces from the likes of Comme des Garçons, Yohji Yamamoto, Maison Martin Margiela and Helmut Lang – plus rarities including Nicolas Ghesquière’s Balenciaga and (who’d have thought it?) Johnny Rotten’s SEX and Seditionaries jumper, dating to 1976.

United by an anti fast-fashion sentiment, the partnership aims to shed light on the culture of re-use in the industry, modernising perceptions of what vintage shopping looks like today.

First come, first served! Waste no time and dive into the archive here: