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A Look Inside Noman Studio’s Esprit x Opening Ceremony Pop-Up in Amsterdam

Thanks to its bright colors and bold graphics, Esprit had a major impact on Humberto Leon and Carol Lim during its late ’80s heyday, so the label makes a natural collaborative partner for Leon and Lim’s Opening Ceremony. In celebration of their co-branded Spring/Summer 2017 release, Esprit and Opening Ceremony recently opened a pop-up shop […]

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Barneys Drops an Exclusive Collection Inspired by Jay Z’s ‘Reasonable Doubt’

Barneys New York is the exclusive home for a new capsule collection celebrating Jay Z’s iconic Reasonable Doubt. A collaboration between Roc96 — established by Jay, Kareem “Biggs” Burke, and Emory Jones last year — and Blaine Halvorson’s MadeWorn, the drop includes a bevy of outerwear alongside sweats and tees. As you might expect, each […]

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Richardson & FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS Team up on Special Edition T-Shirts

Hot on the heels of Richardson’s collaboration with Bonjour Records is a new limited capsule with renowned Japanese imprint, FORTY PERCENTS AGAINST RIGHTS. The warm-season range consists of tonal black and white tees emblazoned with the duo’s “1-Player” graphic on the chest portion. Not to mention, co-branding can be observed on the back area alongside […]

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Wrangler Celebrates Its 70th Birthday With Woodstock Artist Peter Max

Wrangler has collaborated with Peter Max, the famous psychedelic artist, to celebrate its 70th birthday and the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love. The pair first worked together in the early ’70s, and this latest collection takes inspiration from that collaboration while all of the packaging is a direct replica of the original. The 70th anniversary collection, […]

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Cabinet Noir Spotlights Stone Island, OFF-WHITE & 424 Pieces in Vibrant New Editorial

Perth-based boutique Cabinet Noir has released a new editorial that highlights Stone Island, OFF-WHITE and 424 wares. The striking imagery showcases a bevy of premium outerwear and soft goods set against industrial backdrops in Australia. Standout items from Stone Island include crewneck sweatshirts, insulated vests, technical shorts as well as nylon caps. As for OFF-WHITE, […]

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Butter Goods Collaborates With Labor on a New Capsule Collection

Australia’s Butter Goods and New York skate shop Labor, stockist of brands such as Palace and Know Wave, have collaborated for a new capsule collection. The collaboration features key staples such as 6-panel caps and T-shirts in a variety of different colorways, as well as a black hip pack that will be available exclusively through the two stores. Every piece […]

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Spotlight: [NOTHING]

Origins [NOTHING] is a young UK-based brand that creates clothing that would commonly be described as streetwear. It was founded by Jai Eleven in 2014. “I made it whilst I was still in sixth form [college],” says Eleven. “I was angry at the products that the people around me were wearing so I decided to […]

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The Common-Folk Looks to ’90s Sportswear for Its 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

For the 2017 spring/summer season, The Common-Folk turn the page back on the ‘90s in a nostalgic reinterpretation of the decade’s sportswear scene and the commercialization of the culture. Titled “THERE IS NO “I” IN SPORTS,” the Toronto-based imprint combine asian-inspired silhouettes and classic sporting pieces with contemporary design cues placed noticeably throughout. Oversized camo-printed […]

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Aries Reinterprets the Deconstructed Look in Its 2017 Spring/Summer Lookbook

The brainchild of Palace affiliate Fergus Purcell along with partner Sofia Prantera, Aries Arise has transformed its humble beginnings as a T-shirt line into a full fledged fashion label. Titled “Focus,” the brand unveils its 2017 spring collection, which brings to the table a skate, punk and sportswear-infused offering. Deconstructed T-shirt designs, fringe-enhanced denims, graphic crewnecks […]

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Bryce Barnes Gets Political for Its “Coalition” Lookbook

Bryce Barnes recently unveiled its new lookbook collection titled “Coalition,” which exemplifies political fortitude in a time when many may feel it is most needed. Set to commemorate key factional figures whom over the years received their fair share of public misrepresentation, the contemporary streetwear label chose to focus on a select group of individuals. […]

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Peter Sutherland’s CNY Pokes Fun at Branded Logos for New Spring Collection

Skater, photographer, installation artist, painter and documentary filmmaker, Peter Sutherland is a man who wears many hats. His creative ventures also includes CNY, a brand which pokes fun at branded logos. CNY have recently unveiled a new lookbook collection celebrating the diversity and energy that resides deep within New York’s Chinatown district. Ideal for the spring/summer […]

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SURF IS DEAD’s Latest Collection Takes a Deeper Dive into Surf Culture

SURF IS DEAD returns to the scene with its “DROP 3.0” lookbook collection titled “Stranger Waves.” In the past, the LA-based label has adopted a fun, light-hearted approach to surf culture, although with this new offering aim to explore its darker undercurrent. Comprised mainly of enzyme-washed graphic T-shirts, select pieces from the range also feature […]

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Watch Marino Infantry’s First Campaign Video Starring the Label’s Skate Team

Skatewear label Marino Infantry continues to make noise with a new video after its successful collaboration with V-Lone and highly sought-after holiday drops. A$AP Ant’s fledgling label has made it a mission to give skate culture something new with its hip-hop influenced graphics and colorful array of tees and hoodies. Since skateboarding is at the […]

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Inside the fragment design x Louis Vuitton NYC SoHo Pop-Up Store

The continued tour of Hiroshi Fujiwara’s imprint fragment design bestowing the historic Louis Vuitton Malletier hit NYC today, with a clean display of the collaborative items making an impact in the tourist-heavy Soho district. The store, while modest in size, is currently holding the vast majority of the monotone monogrammed pieces previewed both in London […]

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