Stussy has launched their brand new website to showcase their higher end line, Stussy Deluxe. On the website, you’ll find the latest pieces from the more sophiscated line. Right now, you will be able to see the current pieces from Stussy Deluxe’s Spring 2008 Collection. You can also purchase the items as it will link you to their online store, Stussy Direct.
You can find the website at www.stussydeluxe.com.
On April 4th, along with the Stussy x UNDFTD tee, Undefeated will be releasing 2 Cougars t-shits. The “Cougars Team tee” features the team logo on both front and back, available in black, orange, and gray. The 2nd being a “Cougars Football tee” sporting a cougar on the UNDFTD logo, and the team name and number 72 on the back, also available in the same colors.
Yesterday we posted about the opening night of Murakami’s exhibit at Brooklyn Musuem, today we’re following up with some action shots of what went down. Kanye West rocked the stage as usual, even Marc Jacobs couldn’t resist taking pictures of the champion rapper. Louis Vuitton took the war against counterfeiters one step further by taking over their turf and setting up street vendors that sell authentic LV bags. Murakami’s new Monogramouflage, an overlay of LV signature monogram with camouflage print, were on sale for $6,000 dollars a piece. Again, be sure to check out the exhibit if you’re around the area, Murakami’s Superflat style will open your eyes to what contemporary art is all about.
Check out all the pictures after the jump.
rag&bone has just dropped their 2008 S/S Collection. Known for fundamental pieces with high-quality fabrics and attention to details, this spring collection definitely offers some very versatile clothing. One of the products is the 100% cotton, black Combat shirt, with front zippered closure and buttoned front pockets, that could be worn as a button-down or even a light spring coat. The other pieces, including the 6-button cardigan, all come in very nice and quiet colors that would compliment any outfit.
Uniform Experiment is the creation of Sophnet.’s creative director, Hirofumi Kiyonaga, and the global influencer, Hiroshi Fujiwara. With suits, ties, blazers and polos in their collection, the brand Uniform Experiment is targeted towards the street heads who have grown up and are working but will still appreciate the craft of Kiyonaga and the branding of Hiroshi. At the latest buyer’s exhibition, Hiroshi gives us a preview of some upcoming items from Uniform Experiment which includes wallets, knitwear and a carabiner encrusted with gems. However, there is no word on when these products will arrive but look for them soon at Soph. stores.
Source: Hiroshi Fujiwara