SPADE Magazine Enlists UNDERCOVER, NEIGHBORHOOD, and More for an Allen Ginsberg-Inspired Capsule

In partnership with five respected Japanese streetwear brands.

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To celebrate its new 2017 spring issue, SPADE magazine linked up with five of the best Japanese streetwear imprints for an Allen Ginsberg-inspired capsule. The American poet who was one of the leading figures of the beat culture is celebrated to honor 90 years of the literary movement. The labels included in this special release are WACKO MARIA, Hysteric Glamour, NEIGHBORHOOD, TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist., and NEIGHBORHOOD. The collection consists of tees, shirts, hoodies, and sweatshirts all emblazoned with various portraits of Ginsberg and artful interpretations of his works.

The pieces are available now at ZOZOTOWN and range from 8,640 Yen (Approx. $74 USD) to 43092 Yen (Approx. $370 USD)

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