STUSSY Livin’ GENERAL STORE 2015 Fall Video

Stussy highlights its new Livin’ GENERAL STORE drop in San Francisco and Marin County.

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Streetwear stalwart Stussy ventured out to Northern California for its latest Livin’ GENERAL STORE drop, highlighting the new range in San Francisco before escaping the hustle and bustle of the city across the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin County. This season’s lifestyle accompaniments look to include everything from a Kamawanu-made bandana and collaborative Everyone soap to Stussy-branded Sharpies, heavy duty canvas totes, a steel toolbox, and more. Select pieces from this season’s Livin’ GENERAL STORE drop can be found now via the Stussy Japan web store.

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