Dubbed “Internationally Known,” 10.Deep‘s Spring 2014 collection explores the connections between the New York-based mainstay and the diverse array of cultures that have informed the history of streetwear. While streetwear may have its roots in the Big Apple, it has undoubtedly seen its existence nurtured and refined by the Japanese throughout the past couple of decades. Thus, 10.Deep’s Spring 2014 range kicks off with the “Far East” release for the season’s first delivery. Reading like an American’s take on Japanese streetwear (itself, ironically, an evolution of American style in the first place), the release includes heavy Kanji-laden graphic applications and cherry blossom motifs, both of which are contrasted with the likes of old Western paisley handkerchief prints, workwear references and more. The result is the embodiment of hybridized culture; it’s neither Japanese nor American, but full of unmistakable references to each. The “Far East” release from 10.Deep’s Spring/Summer 2014 “Internationally Known” collection is now available via the brand’s web store and will soon be available via the HYPEBEAST Store.