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Tower Records x Stussy x Coleman 2012 Summer Capsule Collection

Having already linked once with Tower Records and Coleman last year, Stussy again joins to align the trio once again for a Summer 2012 lifestyle capsule collection. The collection again boasts a military-inspired theme donning an all-over-print camou...

Stussy x Tower Records x Coleman 2011 Fall/Winter Collection

The growing lifestyle segment of Stussy has been a strong angle for the brand in recent times. With the announcement of its recent Stussy Livin’ General Store, branching out has become a natural progression for the brand. A continuation of its...

Stussy 2011 Summer FES Goods Collection

Just in time for the summer festival season comes this special collection of goods from Stussy in collaboration with Tower Records, Coleman and MEI. A range of apparel and accessories from Stussy x Tower Records includes graphic T-shirts and a co...

Stussy x TOWER RECORDS Collection

In yet another collaboration to celebrate Stussy’s 30th anniversary collection, the brand has joined forces with TOWER RECORDS for this capsule collection. Working with within a “Rainbow” theme, the mini-series includes both a T...

Stussy x Tower Records 30th Anniversary T-Shirt

Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Tower Records (which now holds more value overseas), Stussy works up a special limited edition t-shirt. The tee features the text “No Music, No Life” in the traditional Stussy-style font. Accompanyi...

Tower Records x G1950 x Porter Tote Bag Volume 2

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Tower Records Japan has followed up last years successful Porter x G1950 collaboration with a second tote bag release. The minimalist design seen originally has now been created with plaid highlights dominating the bottom half. If you get a chanc...

Tower Records x G1950 x Porter Tote Bag

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Although claiming it’s roots in Sacramento, music store Tower Records developed a huge chain of stores in Japan which ultimately extended into a free magazine publication and a series of cafes. Design firm G1950 teamed up with Tower Records...