Fiberop’s Alyasha Owerka-Moore worked on a collection for Altamont Apparel, head designed by Pro Skater Andrew Reynolds. Featured are cut and sew garments with outstanding sophistication. Based on a monochromatic palette the collection is of upmost quality and craftsmanship. In extremely limited quantities this collection consisting of a Garage Jacket, Mohair Sweater, Hoody, T-Shirt and Pro-Tex Blue Jean will be available for Altamont’s Fall 2008 Release. Be sure to check their website for further news on this collaboration.
In spite of a crazy work schedule, Jeff Ng aka “the brain behind Staple Design” has found the time to sit down with Mr. Simone from Arision Records and share his thoughts about different “lifestyle” topic, from food to relationship, from his early experience at Rawkus Records to his brand new collection for SD. Don’t miss this very informative interview with this influential designer.
Levi’s Japanese exclusive line Fenom has released a new shirt from their latest collection. This Cambray Western Shirt comes in a soft blue denim fabric and has the Fragment Design branding in hidden places. Available now at Tab Device for 18,900 Yen.
More details after the jump.
Visvim will be releasing a pair of new sandals in the coming months at F.I.L. stores in Japan. Included in this drop will be the Visvim Mayan Christo which is influenced by the Mayan Civilization. If you’re looking for a pair of sandals to battle the upcoming warming weather, these might be for you. Also, shown here is the Jokhang Christo which has already been released at F.I.L.
Also, “F.I.L. at stage” which was a section in the Isetan department store has come to an end. For those who aren’t in Japan, you can check out what the shop looked after the jump.
Number (N)ine has recently released a few tees for 2008. Using Kurt Cobain as their subject once again, this time they made portraits of the rock star by imitating the styles of two of the greatest artists, Van Gogh and Picasso. Always using Kurt Cobain as the subject while applying various design graphics and styles, the folks at Number (N)ine has not only demonstrated their own evolution as a brand, but also show the people the wide range of possibilities that comes with great imagination.
Source: Cliff Edge