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Essentials: Rav Matharu of Clothsurgeon

Following a short yet noble career as a professional footballer, Rav Matharu decided to take his passion for fashion and turn it into a calling. He enrolled in the Leeds College of Art and Design where he eventually graduated with a First Class Honou...

Essentials: Decatur Dan

The peachy state of Georgia has been on fire lately, and from 2 Chainz to Two9, the unique aesthetic of the South has been near ubiquitous as of late. Contributing to this is Decatur Dan, a Decatur-based filmmaker who has produced some major work emb...

Essentials: Sneakerwolf

Tokyo native Sneakerwolf has been busy building a worldwide legacy over the past couple of years and is an integral component to the city’s vibrant streetwear scene. Having previously worked with Nike, PUMA and New Balance, the designer has app...

Essentials: Kid Ink

After a boom of success that found him included in the prestigious XXL Freshman Class last year, Kid Ink has not stopped the wins. The Los Angeles-based rapper and producer was featured on Funkmaster Flex’s recently released mixtape Who You Mad...

Essentials: Michel Jones AKA Mijonju

Some people know Michel Jones as the professional freelance photographer and retoucher from Tokyo, but most know him by his online handle Mijonju. Run a quick YouTube search for any camera or film dating before a digital sensor and you’re bound...

Essentials: Tim Sturmheit of oki-ni

British fashion and lifestyle retailer oki-ni, founded in 2001 as a small concept store on Savile Row in London, has since expanded into a global go-to brand for discerning menswear fanatics and producer of unique items. To that end, it has become a...

Essentials: James Waller of Blood Brother

James Waller co-founded Blood Brother in 2011, immediately breaking onto the British streetwear scene with a refreshing and artistic approach to the brand. Blood Brother is not only a contemporary approach to wearable essentials, but also a full-scal...

Essentials: Ross Wilson of Route One

The intertwining of music and fashion is as natural a marriage as any. Just look at the recent collaborations between Tom Ford and Justin Timberlake or Saint Laurent and Daft Punk, both of which birthed a collection of garbs to complement the sounds...

Essentials: Jasper Wong

The “process.” This has long been an important notion for artist, curator, POW WOW founder and father, Jasper Wong. Having grown up in Hawaii amongst a healthy diet of cartoons, he eventually left the confines of home to attend art school...

Essentials: Rob Lo of Roden Gray

Amongst Vancouver’s most discerning menswear retail establishments is Roden Gray. Set apart by top-tier ready-to-wear accessories and publications, the directional boutique specializes in contemporary fashion and purveying the up-and-coming. Owner Ro...

Essentials: Marco Cairns of The Duffer of St. George

From its modest origins in 1984 as a vendor of military surplus in London’s Camden market, Marco Cairns has aided The Duffer of St. George in transforming it to a fully distributed lifestyle collection boasting three brick & mortar location...

Essentials: Eiichiro Homma of nanamica

Managing director of Japanese outerwear label nanamica inc. Eiichiro Homma presents his humble effects for this edition of HYPEBEAST Essentials. The 20+ year experienced aficionado of the great outdoors stemmed his qualifications from an extensive wo...

Essentials: John Park of Concrete Studio

The driving force behind creative brick-and-mortar Concrete Studio and director of Natural Selection Denim, John Park has his foot firmly planted as one of Britain’s brightest multidisciplinary creatives. Opening its doors to the creative commu...

Essentials: John Watson of Prolly is Not Probably

John Watson has made a career out of exploring. His bike culture blog, Prolly is Not Probably, is easily one of the most in-depth examinations of worldwide city culture, framed in a perspective from behind two wheels. It’s one thing to have nec...

Essentials: James Kirkup

According to his portfolio-centered personal website, James Kirkup spends his days as a designer for creative digital agency Poke with clients that include LCD Soundsystem, Ted Baker, Mulberry, Mappin & Webb, Skype, and The Goldsmiths to name a f...