C.E. Spring/Summer 2014 Editorial by honeyee Explores Post-Modernist Wild Style

If you haven’t seen the latest C.E. editorial by honeyee yet, it’s time to get with it. The Japanese publication has enlisted Koji Oyamada to bring to life the line’s underlying cyber-punk and post-modernist themes, which basically translates as 2014 wild style shot on the streets of Tokyo. Amongst C.E.‘s SS14 collection, progressive pieces like transparent jackets and printed overcoats stand out strongly, but also sit nicely next to printed tees and caps and graphic Cav Empt motifs. As honeyee so excellently puts it: Item like C.E. and bold? Many lineup.

C.E. Is Dominating, Has a New Pop-Up Shop at London’s Machine-A

In it’s short life span, C.E. has built an indomitable global presence, much in part to the wild identity established by Japanese graphic genius Sk8thing. …

Nike “Genealogy of Free” 10th Anniversary Pack Is Full Of Awesomeness

Over the weekend, Nike launched the “Genealogy of Free” 10th Anniversary Pack celebrating the lightweight, supportive, and flexible Free cushioning technology. Culminating in the release of the brand new Free 3.0 Flyknit, the other iconic models that have been re-released include the Sock Racer, Air Rift, Air Presto, the original Free, and Free Run+ 2. All six silhouettes from the commemorative “Genealogy of Free” pack are available from DOVER STREET MARKET GINZA.

NEIGHBORHOOD Spring/Summer 2014 Editorial by GRIND Magazine

NEIGHBORHOOD‘s Spring/Summer 2014 collection saw Shinsuke Takizawa take a small step away from the motorcycle culture, which is such an inherent part of his day-to-day design aesthetic. Instead, he chose to work with a more refined and tailored approach, with crazy nice results. The staff at GRIND magazine picked up on this feeling, putting together their own editorial with NEIGHBORHOOD‘s current seasonal offering. Featuring familiar faces from the upper echelons of Japanese street style,  catch the likes of Hiroshi Fujiwara, Shota Matsuda, Sk8thing and the man himself, Takizawa, all modelling the looks above.

Billionaire Boys Club Dive Into The Archives With The Vault Collection

Billionaire Boys Club has gone back in time to unlock a series of archived prints, as part of its newly released Vault Collection. Fan favorites, …


Following the noise the NW20 Exhibition made in Tokyo at T-SITE Garden Gallery TSUTAYA in Daikanyama, the event celebrating the A Bathing Ape’s 20th anniversary will move to BAPE GALLERY KYOTO. Like the original display, the exhibition is set to once again feature the special edition collaborations created by the likes of NIGO, Pharrell, Kanye West, Futura, SK8THING, VERBAL, amongst others and will open on Saturday June 8.

NOWHERE / A Bathing Ape 20th Anniversary Collection featuring Kanye West, Pharrell, Futura etc

Last night, A Bathing Ape unveiled an exhibition at Tsutaya, Daikanyama marking the 20th anniversary of the iconic brand. Consisting of a selection of canvases and tees with designs based on the renowned Ape head , the likes of Kanye West, Pharrell, Futura, amongst others all contributed applying their own unique twist.

Here is a list of all the names to contribute; Daisuke Obana, Futura, Hiroshi Ito, James Lavelle, Jun Takahashi, Kanye West, Mankey, Masaaki Homma, Masamichi Katayama, Kogi “Poggy” Motofumi, Pharrell Williams, Shinsuke Takizawa, Show Ayanocozey, SK8THING, Stash, Takashi Kumagai, Tetsu Nishiyama, Tsuyoshi Noguchi, VERBAL, and of course NIGO.