Cheez 2008 Fall Collection September Releases

A strong usage of graphics and colors have been Japanese label Cheez’s forte. Carrying a

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A strong usage of graphics and colors have been Japanese label Cheez’s forte. Carrying a certain design aesthetic within their garments, we see much of the same with the 2008 fall releases. Highlighting the collection is a mountain parka, graphic tees, all-over print tee, head wear and logo Bic lighter. A strong suit as well are both colorways in their 5 pocket 13.5 oz. denim, coming in black or indigo. A view of the items is available after the jump.

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Logo Lighter – ¥420


Bicolor Jacket – ¥26,250


Basic Logo, Quiet, 1998, Heavy Cheez & Hey-Ho – ¥6,300


Ananda – ¥12,600


5 Pocket Denim – ¥16,800


Work Gap – ¥6,300


Anarchist Cap – ¥6,300

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