Highlighted in the latest collection are traditional Japanese goods reinterpreted with HM’s signature whimsical touches, such as the “Uchiwa” bamboo-made fan adorned with the classic duck icon and the “Mamezara” ceramic chopsticks rests shaped like the trademark heart logo. More trinkets and life goods include animal wind chimes, sake cups, and serving and dipping plates.
Leading the apparel lineup is the Happi Coat, inspired by the traditional tube-sleeved Japanese coat typically worn during festivals. Other standouts include a tiger print shirt and basic graphic T-shirts. Two paper beanies round out the HBX release.
Priced from $15 to $320 USD, select styles from HUMAN MADE’s “Ningen-sei” Capsule Collection are now available on the HBX online store and the physical pop-up store in Hong Kong.
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