Designer Greg Lucci's New BĀZĀR Project Encompasses Four Unique Brands

The streetwear OG’s latest undertakings are ChAos, Gemini, John Canoe and the eponymous BĀZĀR — all of which offer a different set of products.

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Any longtime streetwear fan is familiar with the work of designer Greg Lucci: besides his time at Gourmet he also assisted with projects like the Supreme x Air Jordan 5 and worked with UNDEFEATED co-founder James Bond on special adidas David Beckham sneakers. Now, Lucci has begun a new chapter with his BĀZĀR project: an umbrella that houses four brands dubbed BĀZĀR, chAos, Gemini and John Canoe.

As seen in the photos of select items from all four brands above, each entity in the greater BĀZĀR lineup offers its own unique ethos. John Canoe uses high-quality materials like custom woven Japanese fabrics and wide wale corduroy on pieces like jackets and anoraks. Gemini supplies sporty staples like nylon jackets made of Japanese nylon and classic hoodies constructed of USA-made cotton. The eponymous BĀZĀR offering is centered around graphic tees, and chAos offers shoes that look exactly like Converse‘s classic Chuck 70 and Chuck 70 Hi — until you realize that both the tongue and collar logos encourage you to “Converse with Satan.”

Head to the BĀZĀR webstore now to see the full set of offerings from all four brands, with prices ranging from $42-$472 USD. If you’re based in Los Angeles, you can also check out BĀZĀR in person: it’s based out of the back entrance of the Sunset Plaza Oliver Peoples store.

For more fashion news, take a look at HYPEBEAST’s roundup of the week’s best clothing drops — including the latest Supreme x Timberland capsule and the Polo Ralph Lauren x MLB collection.

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