Given the importance of visvim in HYPEBEAST culture as being the progenitor of the Japanese Americana workwear movement, Hiroki Nakamura’s public persona as a designer is already well-documented within these pages. However, what of Nakamura’s personal influences? How does his passion for vintage garments and love of the America of old permeate into his home and private life? The New York Times Magazine had the opportunity to uncover this recently with its “Profile in Style” spotlight on the revered designer, where Nakamura reveals his homes in Tokyo and LA, his hobbies in restoring motorcycles and track racing, his favorite visvim pieces, as well as an intimate look at his family. Click here for the full feature.