A look into Alife’s 2008 fall collection includes a highlight in the following, the Everybody Mid Lux Tweed. Mature and refined, tweed has joined a strong list of Everybody models which focus mostly on choice material selection. Stay tuned for more details from Alife’s 2008 fall collection.
A preview has surfaced pertaining to Japanese high fashion brand’s upcoming 2008 fall/winter collection, “Unreal Real Clothes”. With little background information, the graphics paint a dark portrait for these releases which may be unveiled exclusively for among the finest men’s department stores around, Isetan Men’s. As time progress, look for more details to come about.
The world wide phenomenon of Hello Kitty is set to hit Hong Kong later this month with the upcoming Black Wonder event. As part of the festivities, SiLLY THING and sister-label Chapel of Dawn are stepping in for a special fashion related collaborative effort. Aside from knowing its a garment, details are few and far between. Stay tuned for more information.
If you’re looking to relive your childhood fashion memories, Pegleg’s 2008 summer collection has some interesting themes in store. Aside from pre-adolescent references like toy sailboats and planes, the collection also includes interesting imagery including oranges and grapes as well as the prominent inclusion of geometric shapes. The 2008 summer collection from Pegleg is available now at peglegnyc.com/shop.html.
Approximately a month ago, Hong Kong’s lifestyle brand CLOT released their first series of summer Beach bags with famed bag brand Head Porter. Back for a second round, the highly detailed bags are available in two new colors, blue and red. Within each bag, you’ll find CLOT Royale’s trademark use of silk and functional zippers which allow for users to increase the size of their bag. The bags will release at Juice Store on June 21st with a retail price of $1,680 HKD (approximately $215 USD).
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The first sighting of this “UniverseCity Jacket” was on the Kanye West Bear on Takashi Murakami’s album art for “Graduation” and the “Good Morning” animated music video. Recently a physical version of the jacket was seen worn by Kanye West himself during a performance. The colorway of the jacket differs from that of the animated version, but features the same details in lettering and imagery on the front, sleeves, and back. No word on availability of this item, but our best guess would be that it will be part of the Pastelle collection.
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