Tuesday, March 31, 2020
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Richardson has been around since Andrew Richardson launched the imprint in 1998, followed by its clothing range in 2003, which kicked off with a Supreme T-shirt collaboration. As the label moves into its 22nd year in the business, Richardson is finally opening its third flagship store, following the New York and Los Angeles outposts with a new space in Tokyo’s youthful Harajuku neighborhood.
Accompanying the new space is a slate of special wearables, with designs that take cue from various Japanese motifs. Nobuyoshi Araki‘s sexually-charged photography sets the tone for a black long-sleeved shirt and a bomber jacket and hoodie printed with photo-realistic shibari(rope bondage). These are accompanied by a more understated hoodie, T-shirts and shorts emblazoned with Richardson branding, Japanese Katakana and Kanji in calligraphic style against the Japanese flag. Meanwhile, classic Richardson Hardware verbiage elevates a host of versatile tees and hats, reviving one of the label’s signature branding techniques.
NIGO and his streetwear brand HUMAN MADE will be releasing a special collection in celebration of their Japanese heritage. The theme of the collection is “Wa” (和) or “harmony.” In Japanese culture, Wa is a traditional social and family value that implies peace and unity.
Friday, March 6, 2020
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Fans can purchase their favorite pieces on February 29 via atmos stores. Prices range from $40 to $180. Coca-Cola has been especially tapped into the fashion scene for the last few years, including . via FreshnessMag.com
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
On March 16th, Nike Basketball will launch a quiet capsule of its signature models in stark white/black colorways, ditching any sort of superfluous backstory in favor of a no-frills, all-business approach. Alongside the PG 4 and Zoom Freak 1 is Kyrie Irving’s Nike Kyrie 6, and in his case, this serious approach just so happens to be a perfect match for the Brooklyn Nets, whose white/black jerseys only recently got some color and flair thanks to a Coogi sweater-inspired pattern and even some of Eric Haze’s signature type. Sadly, Kyrie will be cheering on from the sideline, but we expect many Nike Kyrie loyalists to switch to these as the competition continues to rise. Look out for these at Nike Basketball retailers on March 16th. via SneakerNews.com