Japanese jewelery makers, Jam Home Made and collaborated with Ready Made to release a 7th anniversary t-shirt. The t-shirt features the use of 7 skulls (an often used theme by Jam Home Made) and a candle on top.
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Japanese brand M&M known for not only their apparel but also ofr their interest in woodworking have recently released some collaborative t-shirts with SHANTii. Of the two tees, one features the slogan “Stand Strong”. The other tee features a 12 wheeled banana board. Rounding off the releases are pins, Crip key rings and wooden stools
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Japanese brand Life is Good and Hong Kong based apparel line Know1edge have teamed up in an upcoming photography project. A select number of photographers including Atiba, Joe Brook, Jeff Landi, Olive Barton, Andrew Mapstone, Isam, and Diskah will be allocated two cameras, one for personal use and one for an exhibition. As the cameras are returned, the best pictures will be chosen to feature in a photo exhibition that will span Hong Kong, Japan, China, Taiwan and South Korea with the possibility of Los Angeles. Stay tuned for more information regarding this interesting event.
For the latest issue of Streetwear Today, authors Marcus Ludwig & Martin van Doren took a trip over from Europe to New York City to interview one of the living legends of street art, Futura. This newest issue of Streetwear Today also feature a new format which was inspired partly by Futura’s saying “Learning New Words”. Although Futura’s feature is the main event of this issue, the whole magazine is packed with great interviews, store and product reviews.
Cycling company Rapha enlisted the help of British fashion designer Paul Smith to design an upcoming range of clothing. With Rapha’s background in cycling you will find the cycling functionality in the all pieces created.
The green jersey pictured is in regards to the Tour de France. The front of the shirt features logos while the back references a map of the Tour de France.
Image: Rapha via High Snobiety
Recently released are these Huf SF shirts and paint brush logo tees. Since 1958, the San Francisco Giants have been an iconic mainstay in the Bay area. The addition of the SF and a slight arch to the font was inspired by the SF Giants jerseys. The paint brush logo features a two toned stylized logo. Available at Commissary.