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Wavey Garms Recruits Knitwear Designer AGR for Commemorative Sweatshirt

To celebrate the launch of its new web store and online platform, London-based Wavey Garms has released a special-edition sweatshirt. The knitted piece has been made in collaboration with AGR, a knitwear designer who has previously created pieces for Missoni, YEEZY and A-COLD-WALL*, including the knitwear element of the label’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection. The sweatshirt itself […]

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SOPHNET. Drops Eye-Catching Outerwear Capsule

Following on from collaborations with Schott NYC and Belstaff in recent weeks, Japan’s SOPHNET. has unveiled a capsule of bold outerwear pieces. The new release features different tiger print camouflages — which appear on reversible blouson track jackets and “Kung-Fu” jackets — as well as a patchwork bandana print, which is used on the inner […]

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Phigvel Makers Co. Channels American Workwear for Spring/Summer 2018

Tokyo label Phigvel Makers Co. has revealed its Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook, with a collection heavily influenced by vintage American workwear. The new release sees a range of classic pieces and silhouettes, with double breasted jackets and informal suiting sitting alongside relaxed shirts and breton tees. The Spring/Summer 2018 collection comes in a muted color palette, […]

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Ksenia Schnaider’s “Corruption” Collection Receives a Conceptual Makeover

Ukrainian lifestyle label Ksenia Schnaider’s recent “Corruption” collection received a bit of a campaign facelift, as on-the-rise photographer Vladyslav Andrievsky snapped the lineup — aiming to share the collection’s underlying theme for one and all to see. Rather simple in its presentation, models can be seen sporting the wares with everyday lifestyle scenes integrated throughout. […]

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The NERDYS Goes Comfy for Fall/Winter 2018

Japanese menswear imprint THE NERDYS continue its preppy aesthetic for Fall/Winter 2018 with a collection of broad American-influenced casual-wear. The latest range includes everything from bright color-blocked coats and formal looking wool jackets to oversized sweaters and casual slacks. Looking through the stylings and mostly monotoned palette, a normcore streak running through the lineup can […]

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Radiall Displays an Explosion of Colors for Spring/Summer 2018

Japanese lifestyle label Radiall recently unveiled its Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook — presenting a seasonal range that unifies a varied spectrum of styles, shapes, colors and influences. At first glance, the bold kaleidoscope of colors surely catches the eye, as everything from green, blue, yellow, red and purple make their way onto a barrage of casual […]

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Public School Gets Political With “DACA” Hat

Public School designers Dao-Yi Chow & Maxwell Osborne take a stand with a pair of hats supporting the ACLU. Referencing 1992’s Olympic “Dream Team,” the hats allow the creatives to take a stand in today’s politically-charged environment. Shifting the logo to read “DACA” and “DREAMERS,” the hats reference both the “multi-cultural force of superstar players” […]

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A Closer Look Into the Collaborative “Moncler Genius” Collection

Following the recent announcement of the Moncler Genius project, an initiative leveraging the talents of eight innovative designers including Pierpaolo Piccioli, Craig Green and Hiroshi Fujiwara, new images give a glimpse into the imminent themes to be explored by the selection of creators. Through the project, Moncler uses a multitude of aesthetic tastes to its […]

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Palm Angels Teases Moncler Genius Collaboration

Hot on the heels of Moncler’s attention-grabbing Genius announcement, which features collaborations with luminaries from Hiroshi Fujiwara to COMME des GARÇONS alum Kei Ninomiya, Palm Angels’s Francesco Ragazzi took to Instagram to tease his upcoming Genius goods. Little can be seen about the collaborative jacket aside from its black, quilted outer and red-inflected logo. Time […]

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Eric Emanuel Joins This Year’s All-Star Festivities With a Special Release

Eric Emanuel is set to release a capsule that includes an All-Star authentic short and moto jersey inspired by the NBA’s annual All-Star weekend. Each piece is dominated in white coloring and complemented by red and blue trimming for a clean look. In addition to the aforementioned pieces, he’ll also be releasing a range of vintage NBA […]

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ALYX Customizes Mackintosh’s Outerwear With Experimental Dyes

After first linking up for Resort 2017, ALYX rejoins Mackintosh for Spring/Summer 2018, issuing another collection of remastered coats and accessories. Bespoke dye treatments, handmade quality and high-end detailing informs the range. Made by hand in Mackintosh’s British factories, options are available for both men and women, with unisex accessories and coats crafted in sizes […]

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Migos Joins RSVP Gallery for Exclusive ‘Culture II’ Merch

Celebrating Culture II’s record-smashing launch, Migos have joined up with RSVP Gallery for a pop-up shop featuring exclusive merch. For those who missed out on the group’s recent Bloomingdale’s merch drop, Migos paired up with Saint Luis designer Patrick Matamoros for a limited range of goods. Only available during All-Star Weekend, the array encompasses a […]

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Supreme Shares Archive Video From 1994

Ahead of its in-store release for Spring/Summer 2018, Supreme has shared an archive video from 1994. The video was shot by Eli Morgan Gesner, who’s recent work includes the cover art for “Ride For Me” by A-Trak, Falcons, Young Thug and 24hrs. Throughout the clip we get a glimpse at the relaxed atmosphere of the […]

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CURLY Fall/Winter 2018 Lookbook Is Comfort Perfected

Following up on its breezy, effortless Spring/Summer 2018 range, Japanese label CURLY returns with another assortment of wearable looks in preperation for Fall/Winter 2018. Centering around the brand’s Japanese-made comfortwear, the new looks include plenty of relaxed layers and silhouettes. Trim cuts are present to avoid sloppiness, with cropped trousers and tailored sleeves ensuring that […]

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Vintage The North Face Heat Showcased in New ‘GARAGE’ Editorial

Kicking off its new series of archival editorials, GARAGE taps a host of vintage The North Face goods and styles them alongside designer goods. The North Face pieces highlighted in the editorial range from the ’60s to the mid-’00s, encompassing everything from medical rescue goods to mountain-ready hiking gear. Plenty of desirable goods appear throughout, […]

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Supreme’s London Fans Braved Downpours for First Spring/Summer 2018 Drop

Supreme’s 2018 spring/summer collection was unveiled earlier this week and today was the drop date, meaning that the brand’s London customers were out in force to get their hands on the items. But while there was a surprise downpour earlier in the morning, fans still came out in the masses to cop a piece from the new range. […]

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The Five Best Collections From New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018

New York Fashion Week is going through some tough times. The American fashion capital has struggled to maintain the same relevancy, prestige and attendance of its European counterparts for years now, and despite an attempt to amass a more global crowd by merging both its men’s and women’s events – resulting in a whopping 10-day-long lineup – the Big […]

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