Japanese label FAT began in 2002 as label which sought inspiration in classic American casual wear with its own little Japanese twists. The latest collection from FAT has seen some interesting bag concepts. Currently available is the Flashpack constructed almost entirely of 3M reflective material. The Loader is a messenger-styled take on a draw-string duffle bag. The Flashpack is currently available, while the Loader will arrive shortly. Both bags can be seen at Dedue.
Japanese Nexus VII has established itself as a brand based on high quality products and clean aesthetics. Some of their latest pieces have arrived at Sold Out and include some quality offerings such hoodies and a collaborative polo with Original Fake. The Original Fake polo includes a white collar set against a black body. The polo is further highlighted by some discrete details.
With various stores across Canada including Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto, Goodfoot has provided Canadians with their footwear fix. With their growing popularity has come a full blown apparel line. Seen here is their 2007 Holiday Collection including t-shirts, crewnecks and hoodies. Check your local Goodfoot boutique.
As a son of a poor farmer in the rural pastures of Japan, Kiyoshi Ichimura was not inhibited by his surroundings. The foundation of Ricoh in 1936 would go on to create not along ground breaking camera technology but also socio-environmental awareness. Among the company’s newest and latest is that of the GR Digital II. The GR Digital II features a 10.3 MP imaging sensor coupled with 5.9 mm focal length and a 4.0X digital zoom. Further specifications can be seen here. Available now at select electronic dealers.
Graffiti artist Madsaki has put his creative mind to work on series of wallets with Japanese accessories and leather purveyors Jam Home Made. The two wallet styles are available including a women’s long wallet. Madsaki has been hard at work as of late, recently coming off a stint designing the decor of the hit Devilclot Pop-Up Store.
The notion of "necessity is the mother of invention" was at the root when Barry Cohen spearheaded his campaign to start the Luminox Watch Company. Back in 1989, he came across a Swiss-based technology which provided self-powered illumination. This technology would pay dividends in the watch industry, something Cohen already maintained an active role in. From there on in, Luminox also became providers for the US SEALs, as well as other segments of the military. Stüssy has teamed up with Luminox on this rare occasion to provide a special EVO Navy Seal Watch. Three different colors are available, orange yellow and white. Available now through Stüssy Direct with a price tag of $325 USD.