The 4th Comme des Garcons flagship store White Box just opened in Hong Kong. The new store will carry 12 of CdG’s collection includes Comme des Garcons, Comme des Garcons Comme des Garcons, Junya Watanabe Comme des Garcons, Tricot Comme des Garcons, Comme des Garcons Homme Plus, Comme des Garcons Shirt, Comme des Garcons Homme, Comme des Garcons Junya Watanabe Man, Comme des Garcons PLAY, Comme des Garcons Speedo, Comme des Garcons Parfums Parfums & Accessories. And that’s not all. From time to time, they will also release some ultra limited products which will be only sold at the White Box store including the opening tee and tote bag which is only available at the newly opened store at Central, Hong Kong.
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Bits and pieces of the upcoming Air Jordan “Do the Right Thing” are slowly surfacing. It originally began with the Jordan III’s, other Jordan Brand footwear, then clothing. Now the latest pictures come in the way of the Spiz’ike. Unlike the Jordan III, these Spiz’ikes have a less liberal use of the brisk blue color, however the two toned cement print and the paint splatter are pretty different.
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We have previously seen images of the Supreme x Vans newest collaboration from various Japanese magazines but now, here’s the real deal with Supreme’s website. There will be three new collaboration styles which includes the Half Cabs, Old Skools and Chukkas. All of them with a colorful tone. They will be available (along with the Supreme x Oakley sunglasses) at the Supreme NY and LA store on April 12th. In Japan, both projects will be available on April 14th.
Fashion designer Mihara Yasuhiro has put together a new pair of Chuck-Taylor inspired leather sneakers. By leather, we do actually mean leather since the majority if not all of the shoe is constructed of leather. Included with the sneakers is a wooden box containing various polishes, brushes, and cleaners to ensure maximum protection and maintenance of your sneakers. Available exclusively through Zozo.
Toy Punks recently began shooting an interesting documentary in Japan detailing the how and why there seems to be a strong relationship between the three somewhat differing profiles of Japanese Toys, Fashion, and Punk Rock. Among the people featured in the Japanese portion of the documentary include Hikaru Iwanaga of Bounty Hunter and Hiddy of Secret Base.
Toypunks have also documented their adventures via this blog.
We eagerly anticipate the completion and release of this video. It’s always amazing to see the ability to find correlation between mismatched facets in society.