In4mation

In4mation is a Hawaiian streetwear label established by Ryan Arakaki, Todd Shimabuku, Jun Jo, and Keith Kanagusuku, in 2002. In4mation’s products have strong roots in the Hawaiian skating scene and are heavily influenced by skating sub-culture. The brand has also collaborated with other high profile brands, such as G-SHOCK, The Hundreds and Stussy.

In4mation Joins Albino & Preto for Jiu-Jitsu Gis Dedicated to Hawaii
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In4mation Joins Albino & Preto for Jiu-Jitsu Gis Dedicated to Hawaii

Celebrating BJJ in the Aloha State.

Anwar Carrots and In4mation Debut a Beach-Ready Collection in New Hawaiian-Shot Lookbook
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Anwar Carrots and In4mation Debut a Beach-Ready Collection in New Hawaiian-Shot Lookbook

Taking influences from the tropical island.

Hawaii meets LA in CLSC x In4mation's Wavy Capsule Collection
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Hawaii meets LA in CLSC x In4mation's Wavy Capsule Collection

Presented by CLSC
Tropical, whenever.

In4mation and G-SHOCK Team up Again for the "Milestones Timepiece"
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In4mation and G-SHOCK Team up Again for the "Milestones Timepiece"

In their seventh collaboration together.

In4mation 2016 Spring Lookbook
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In4mation 2016 Spring Lookbook

Hawaii vibes run strong.


Steve Nazar "Soccer, Surf and Aloha" @ In4mation Chinatown Recap
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Steve Nazar "Soccer, Surf and Aloha" @ In4mation Chinatown Recap

The return of the iconic T&C Surf Designs caricatures.

In4mation 2015 Spring Lookbook
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In4mation 2015 Spring Lookbook

In4mation has tapped Evan Mock for its 2015 spring/summer lookbook, which is inspired by a casual

Streetsnaps: Jun Jo of In4mation at Agenda Long Beach
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Streetsnaps: Jun Jo of In4mation at Agenda Long Beach

Location: Long Beach, California at Agenda Long Beach

Ja Tecson "Aloha" Exhibition @ In4mation Nuuanu Recap
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Ja Tecson "Aloha" Exhibition @ In4mation Nuuanu Recap

Ja Tecson developed his love for Hawaii after a successful photo trip in 2011. During his visit,

Ja Tecson "Aloha" Exhibition @ In4mation Nuuanu
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Ja Tecson "Aloha" Exhibition @ In4mation Nuuanu

Titled “Aloha,” photographer and Los Angeles native Ja Tecson showcases a body of work created from

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