'THE NEW ORDER' Vol. 16 to Feature the Stunning Work of Sasquatchfabrix.

The Japanese brand is accompanied by Yohji, Rick Owens, Kenneth Capello and more.

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Tokyo-based THE NEW ORDER unveils the 16th issue of its biannual publication. With Sasquatchfabrix. designer Daisuke Yokoyama adorning the cover, the issue contains heavy hitters from across the fashion industry such as Geoffrey B. Small, A.I.E., huf, OLD JOE, Yohji Yamamoto, julius, and even a feature on Rick Owens. This issue also features photographic contributions from Kenneth Capello and illustrations from Tokyo artist/skater ESOW. Get your copy when it goes on sale April 4.

Flick through the preview above and to find out more about their cover star, check out Sasquatchfabrix.’s Mouton Haori shearling jacket that dropped late last year.

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