Following their collaboration released last year, mastermind JAPAN and C2H4 has come together once again on a new collaborative range centered around the secret society, “C-MASTERMIND.” Building on its “Post Human Era” Universe, C2H4 developed the fictional society centered around controlling the world. Through the understanding of knowledge as the supreme power and the belief in “SKULL,” the organization holds knowledge as the only indicator of class.
C-MASTERMIND is comprised of highly intelligent members of each new era who follow the logical thinking of CIRCLE. Possessing the identity tokens lost from previous generations, the group traverses the galaxy following SKULL to find the truth of the universe to create a stable civilization through assimilation and differentiation.
Capturing the essence of C-MASTERMIND, Volume 2 of mastermind JAPAN and C2H4’s ongoing collaborative series come in the form of a collection defined by the pursuit of sophisticated details. Comprised of ready-to-wear, accessories, bags and footwear, the special range utilizes diverse materials and hardware encrypted with secret messages. Marked by technical elements and a futuristic take on mastermind’s signature skull and crossbones logo, standouts include a leather jacket with a striking debossed back motif, denim sets with wrapping stripe designs, warm fleece sweaters and knitwear, along with bold suiting options.
Introducing a new interactive outlook, mastermind JAPAN and C2H4 has hidden messages into hardware and a map provided on clothing tags. By deciphering the encrypted messages, wearers can unlock a secret website for extended content.
Take a look at the lookbook above and expect the mastermind JAPAN x C2H4 Vol.2 “C-Mastermind” collection to release on C2H4’s website and at select retailers like HBX starting October 20, 12 a.m. PST. Additionally, gain early access through a secret link revealed through cryptic messages found on C2H4’s Instagram account.
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