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HAROSHI: Broken Beauty

FeaturesComments ⋅ Jan 18, 2011
In a relatively short period of time, Japanese artist HAROSHI has earned worldwide respectability for his beautiful 3D wooden sculptures. Based off of broken skateboard decks, he’s managed to breath new life into something that was most lik...

Adrian Joffe: The Idea of COMME des GARÇONS

FeaturesComments ⋅ Jan 10, 2011
When Rei Kawakubo presented her first show in Paris under the name ‘COMME des GARÇONS’ in 1981, it was received as a ground breaking collection. However not everyone in the Paris fashion system was ready for this change as she approached the fu...

NIGO: NOW HERE in China

FeaturesComments ⋅ Jan 3, 2011
Late last month, A Bathing Ape took another big step into China as NIGO was on hand to open his latest store in Beijing. Created in conjunction with I.T, the BAPE STORE Beijing location joins two previous retail locations in Shanghai and Hong Kon...

Gildas Loaëc: One Part Music, One Part Fashion

FeaturesComments ⋅ Dec 20, 2010
As one half of French duo Kitsuné, Gildas Loaëc and his partner Masaya Kuroki have done a remarkable job of balancing what is essentially two-full fledged businesses under one roof. Depending on who you ask, the brand is known for both its fashio...

Shinsuke Takizawa: The Inspirations of a NEIGHBORHOOD

FeaturesComments ⋅ Dec 14, 2010
One of the heavyweights to emerge from the Ura-Hara era of Japanese streetwear in the mid-90s, NEIGHBORHOOD founder Shinsuke Takizawa has remained mostly in the background in regards to the Western world. Without a well-publicized background to b...

Phillip Annand: Me, Creativity and the Internet

FeaturesComments ⋅ Dec 6, 2010
The name Phillip Annand may not resonate with some, but over the last few years, he’s created a remarkable following. With truly humble beginnings as a frequenter of HYPEBEAST’s forums, his story is a true representation of organic gr...

Hideki “HUE” Kimura: Japanese-Filtered Western Culture

FeaturesComments ⋅ Nov 23, 2010
Since our first introduction to the Japanese label DELUXE, we’ve been huge fans of the work created by the brand’s head designer who simply goes by the nickname “HUE”. DELUXE’s greatest ability is the brand’s redefining of...

honeyee: PAUL MITTLEMAN×NIGO

CultureComments ⋅ Nov 19, 2010
A comprehensive feature has just been published on honeyee involving the two creative minds behind the recently seen A BATHING APE x Stussy holiday collection. An in-depth interview picks the brain of both NIGO and Stussy’s creative directo...

Neck Face: Satan’s Favorite Son

FeaturesComments ⋅ Nov 8, 2010
Since coming onto the scene, Neck Face has provided a constant stream of unadulterated art firmly focused on death of the most graphic nature. And while his surrealist approach does take a bit of the edge off it all, nevertheless, the themes show...

Tomohiro Konno: Finding New In The Old

FeaturesComments ⋅ Nov 1, 2010
While the name Tomohiro Konno may not resonate to the same degree as some of his fellow Japanese designers and visionaries, the NEXUSVII founder has done a remarkable job in our eyes. As one of the few Japanese entities to occupy such a vast part...

Misha Hollenbach: Unraveling the Complexities of PAM

FeaturesComments ⋅ Oct 18, 2010
A few months ago, I had the chance to meet with Misha Hollenbach of cult Australian label PAM (Perks and Mini). I’d been a fan of PAM for sometime and their outlandish and creative graphics with a well-rounded cut & sew program had lef...

Fraser Moss: Collector’s Spillover

FeaturesComments ⋅ Oct 11, 2010
Collecting is a prevalent hobby in our culture as sometimes weird and quirky items become our affection. Sneakers, clothing, vinyl, toys, cameras, candy bars, regional McDonald’s pies, their innocent nature can sometimes involve a more mean...

KAWS: PassingThrough

FeaturesComments ⋅ Oct 4, 2010
Brian Donnelly, more commonly known as KAWS, has become one of our culture’s most storied artists and designers. From his graffiti roots and re-appropriation of art in public spaces, the New-York based creative took a slow and calculated ro...

Michael Kopelman and Andrew Bunney: Working with Basics

FeaturesComments ⋅ Sep 14, 2010
Without any conscious effort, Dickies has made itself a mainstay of streetwear for many generations. We took the opportunity to delve deeper into the brand’s history and its recent The Hideout collaboration. Enjoy!

Marco Beghin: More Than Just Paper

FeaturesComments ⋅ Aug 26, 2010
Moleskine has become one of the most visible paper and notepad brands out there today. An opportunity to speak with Marco Beghin meant getting to the bottom of how a paper brand can co-exist and succeed in an increasingly digital world.