Born out of the collaboration between Japanese design guru Kazuki Kuraishi and London-based artist Lucas Price, A.FOUR blends distinct graphics with forward-thinking detailing.
French ready-to-wear brand founded in 1987 by Tunisian-Jewish born designer Jean Touitou, A.P.C. stands for 'Atelier de Production et de Création'. One of the brand's most popular products is its raw-denim selvedge jeans designed by Adam Shantir.
Revered designer Raf Simons and adidas team up for a footwear project which brings the former's irreverent aesthetic to some of the most iconic adidas silhouettes.
The adidas Consortium collection is a premier tier of adidas footwear that introduces both high-end executions and 1-to-1 executions of retro styles.
adidas originals is one of adidas sub-brands that brings the label's DNA from the courts to the streets, delivering a full spectrum of options to express people's own individuality.
Sportswear giant adidas and pop musician Pharrell Williams have been joining forces over the last years to deliver exclusive apparel and footwear collections.
The essence of Adieu Paris is simplicity and excellence, inspired by classic elegance looking for best result.
Being among the LVMH Prize’s 2016 8 finalists, there’s a great deal to say about Matthew Williams’s ALYX. Building on the power of visual language, the attention to the creative project and the research into garments constructions lead to an ultimate clothing experience.
Alex Olson seamlessly launched Bianca Chandon in April of this year in a very do-it-yourself way. He art directed and styled his own campaign, carefully picked the name, and thoughtfully chose the right T-shirts and fits for his line.
Independent Record Shop & Label in Harajuku Tokyo founded by Masashi Naka and Haruka Hirata, specialising in independent and imported music, every vinyl, cassette, CD and zine.
Having grown up in the 90s, Avi Friedman, better known as Avi Gold, took an interest in street culture having been influenced by his older brother, spending time in downtown Toronto and travelling through Europe. In the early 2000s, Avi Gold helped launch an online publication with friends well ahead of its time.
Struggling to preserve and spread the original meaning of wearing tees as signifier of being part of a circle, Brain Dead's founders Kyle Ng and Ed Davis make tees that speak for them, showcasing what they are into through visuals, and boasting fluid graphics, ever-evolving as they are.
Buffalo Zine is a firework, a cut-and- paste universe of its own: playful, witty, smart, sexy and iconoclastic. Buffalo Zine exists outside of space and time. Refusing to sit still, no two issues are ever the same. The entire magazine constantly transforms into something electrifying, a new world for the reader to immerse themselves in.
Call Me 917 is the brainchild of Alex Olson, who is also behind skate-fashion label Bianca Chandôn and a collaborative skate film with Louis Vuitton. The skateboarder-turned-designer described the brand as “a real core skate thing only at selected skate shops”.
Cav Empt, abbreviated C.E. is a street wear clothing label introduced by Sk8thing, the man behind iconic graphics featured on A Bathing Ape, HUMAN MADE, Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream.
It began with a flash of inspiration. It was 1825 in the Somerset village of Street and James Clark was busy working at the tannery owned by his brother, Cyrus. Among the sheepskin rugs, the off-cuts and cast-offs were piling up when James had a brainwave: “Slippers!”. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Born from the collaboration between Prathan Poopat, an American-based art director; and Flavio Girolami, an Italian creative consultant, Common Projects is an icon of simplicity, elegance, high quality materials and italian handcraft.
More than shoes, Converse is a story of legends, heroes and innovators tied together by the love of sport. 'First String' are limited-edition collections that celebrate craftsmanship, authenticity and collaboration at the highest level.
COTTWEILER is a British concept-led menswear label providing luxury casualwear that focuses on simplicity, function, fit and fabrication.
Denim by Vanquish & Fragment is the Japanese streetwear powerhouse born out of the ongoing collaboration between Vanquish and design company Fragment Design, with the godfather of streetwear Hiroshi Fujiwara at the reins.
In 1999, the keyword, “BRISTOL”, that has existed inside of “SOPH.” was defined as an imaginary football club for the first time, and then “F.C Real Bristol” started as an independent label to express a new category that see football as a lifework.
Fear of God is a brand from L.A. Jerry Lorenzo's brand describes itself as "the modern day disciple inspired by the Most High and street-culture.
FPAR is acronym of Forty Percents Against Rights, the label from Tetsu Nishiyama, founder of WTAPS. Politically charged statements are presented in clear, black and white prints that say what they mean and mean what they say.
Established by Houston-born footwear designer Jon Tang, FRONTEER's main aim is showing that functionality, purpose and style can nicely coexist in footwear.
Born under Comme des Garçons founder, Rei Kawakubo, influence, Fumito Ganryu launched his own fashion brand named GANRYU, in 2008. The main themes of his creations are the unconventional proportions and asymmetric construction.
Gentle Monster is a Korean eyewear designer brand that constantly develops itself under a philosophy of 'high-end experimentation'.
GLCO was created in Venice, CA in 2010 by L.A native Garrett Leight and is inspired by California and its icons.
Founded in 2012 by Dom Bridges, HAECKLES is about love for natural ingredients, love for design and quality but ultimately a love for the heritage of coastal living.
Started in 1998, fashion conscious collaboration between Yoshida Kaban Company and Hiroshi Fujiwara. Constantly on the cutting edge in high fashion/streetwear Head Porter brings the accessories to the next level.
Founded in 1976, Idea Books is specialized in publishing books, exhibition catalogues, and DVDs on contemporary architecture, art, photography, design, fashion, and film. All concerning these topics is, for Idea Books, essential to create contacts and inspiring works.
J.W. Anderson founded his label in 2008, after pursuing a menswear course at the London College of Fashion. Now a key player in the London fashion scene, J.W. Anderson redefine contemporary conceptions of menswear in supplements of his parallel role as creative director of LOEWE. Androgynous inspiration to womenswear combine with a powerful graphic sense: monochrome casual suiting, classic polos, colorblocking creations and geometric forms.
KALEIDOSCOPE is an international art media company founded in 2009 in Milan and defined by a curatorial and interdisciplinary attitude towards the New.
Kappa Kontroll, created in 1956 almost by chance, reinterprets in a street perspective some of the iconic items from the sports apparel of the early 80s, when Kappa® changed its positioning and became an international sports brand.
Karhu, meaning “bear” in Finnish, is a leading running brand in Europe and has provided technical running and outdoor gear for nearly 100 years.
Le Coq Sportif was born in 1882 when founder Emile Camuset set up his own hosiery workshop in Romilly-sur-Seine, France.
MARFA JOURNAL is not just another art magazine; it's pure burning creative energy packed in paper and a screaming manifesto of creative insanity.
Medicom Toy is 'The' Japanese toy company that has produced figures from Kubrick, Be@rbrick, Tron and many mores. Be@rbrick brand is actually a trademark owned by MediCom Toy Incorporated.
MIDNIGHT STUDIOS is an American-based fashion label by designer Shane Gonzales. Established in 2014, at age 19, Gonzales combines the punk and youth street styles in an anti-aesthetic manner. MIDNIGHT STUDIOS collections reference everything from Westwood-era punk style to the new wave.
Japanese brand founded in 2003. Takes “utility” and “sports” as key words, bringing together experts in casual and sports wear and import items, seeking to bring products that makes our everyday lives happy, comfortable and stylish.
NEIGHBORHOOD was founded by Shinsuke Takizawa in Harajuku, Tokyo, 1994. The brand’s motifs have traditionally centered around American motorcycle culture, mixing it with military themes and wardrobe staples.
New Balance always has committed to making shoes in the U.S. For over 75 years, the brand have been committed to creating quality products in America. Join us and the thousands of other American Makers who understand that making things here matters.
The company was founded on January 25, 1964, as Blue Ribbon Sports, by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight and officially became Nike, Inc. on May 30, 1971. The company takes its name from Nike, the Greek goddess of victory.
NikeLab’s ACG subdivision – standing for All Conditions Gear - redefines sport utility for the city.
Mirroring Jun Takahashi’s progressively more serious approach to running, this collection exponentially combines top Nike Running and Research Lab innovations with the designer’s athletic insights.
OAMC collections are distinguished by sophisticated yet durable designs produced using premium materials and utilizing modern developments in engineering and technical garment fabrication, all while paying due respect to workwear’s origins.
OFF-WHITE c/o VIRGIL ABLOH is a continuing theme based off the initial concept of PYREX VISION. Two fundamental elements are essential to Abloh’s approach, a master of architecture and a decade of working together with Kanye West as creative director.
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Palm Angels is the definitive brand of the L.A. skateboarding scene, capturing the style and street culture of the world's most elite communities of skaters. Conceived by Francesco Ragazzi, the Italian art director of Moncler, Palm Angels features a special focus on the look and fashions of skate culture.
“Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.” Patagonia values reflect those of a business started by a band of climbers and surfers, and the minimalist style they promoted.
Since opening its doors in 2004, Patta has been at the forefront of Amsterdam’s streetwear circuit. Its founders, Guillaume (Gee) Schmidt and Edson Sabajo, proved to the world that you can make your wildest dreams come true through the power of networking with the right people.
Designer Takeshi Hosoya became independent after managing a vintage shop, after which he managed an Under Cover. Seasonless label PEEL AND LIFT was launched by Hosoya in 2005, who was also active as a musician in the 70s Flat movement. His initial collection picked up on military and workwear influences, and made it graphic and modern.
Directed by the Brooklyn designer and illustrator Eric Elms along with Kyle Ng of Brain Dead fame, POWERS is his new streetwear project. The name come from Elms' studio based in Powers Street in Brooklyn. After working with some of the finest names in the industry including Supreme, Stussy, Beams, Vans & more, Elms felt the time was right to create his own brand with his own vision.
Begun in New York City in the summer of 2012, Proper Gang has cultivated an intentionally low-key, underground existence. Max Vanderwoude Gross, the designer behind this brand, took his inspiration from what is the true DNA of New York, creating pieces which are clean and casual but always rich on character.
Founded in 2008, Public School is a New York City story translated in fashion. Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osbourne, both born and raised in NYC, combine their love for street-wear and high fashion creating one of the top cult brand of the moment.
Reebok International Limited was founded in 1895 in Bolton, Lancashire, England. It has been a subsidiary of the German group Adidas since 2005 and is a producer of athletic shoes, clothing, and accessories.
retaW (Water, backwards) is Hiroshi Fujiwara's forward thinking fragrance brand, which creates unique products designed to enhance modern life.
Rooted in skateboarding, basketball, streewear, and athletic wear, Rokit is the brand born from the creative minds of Bam Barcena, his brother Ryan and Nico Guardalabene. Their goal is to create a perfect blend of our their strongest passions: bball and skateboarding.
Sacai is a japanese fashion brand established by Chitose Abe in 1999. Chitose Abe founded Sacai after 8 years of working on the Junya Watanabe collection at Comme des Garçons Maison.
Salomon was born in 1947 in the heart of the French Alps, the birthplace of modern alpinism. Driven by passion for skiing and design innovation, François Salomon and his son George designed and perfected many of the first moidern ski bindings.
Born in 2014, sansnom. is a french brand based in Lyon. Sport principles such as competition, ambition and hard work are the themes that the french duo wants to reflect with their collection, creating timeless products for both lifestyle and performance activities.
Satisfy is a collective of multidisciplinary artists and sportsmen from around the world which have set their sights on Paris. Captain of the venture is Brice Partouche, who toghether with its team aims to contribute to an ever-changing athletic world through new creative expressions.
Sophnet. was founded in 1998 by Hirofumi Kiyonaga. Clothing is designed with city living in mind, transcending current trends and passing fads instead drawing inspiration from further afield.
STAMMBAUM is a young Japanese label specialized in delivering outwear which blends traditional manufacturing techniques with cutting-edge styles.
Icon of extreme research combined with a perfect and innovative design, Stone Island changes the meaning of sportswear. Quality of material, design and high technology are the key words of this brand.
Shadow Project is an experimental line helmed by Italian performance apparel label Stone Island.
Stray Rats is a Miami-based streetwear label founded by Julian Consuegra in 2010. The brand’s inspiration for its visuals comes straight to the place it belongs to, the result being a line of clothes which encompasses all types of subcultures, from skate to hip-hop and punk music.
Stussy is a clothing brand started in the early 1980s by Shawn Stussy. The company is one of many that benefited from the surfwear trend originating in Orange County, California, but it has largely been adopted by the streetwear and hip-hop scenes.
SUICOKE started off in 2006 as a footwear brand focusing mainly on sandals, pursuing a challenging creative concept.
Japanese designer Jun Takahashi, the creative force behind the cult label UNDERCOVER, has been a major fashion star in his own country for more than a decade. UNDERCOVER collections are inspired by motorcycles and bike culture.
On March 16, 1966, in Anaheim, California, brothers Paul Van Doren and James Van Doren, Gordon Lee, and Serge D'Elia opened the first Vans store under the name The Van Doren Rubber Company.
VIER, Dutch word for 'Four', takes its name from Antwerp's famous fourth district, known for its fashion aura. Founded in 2010, VIER has firmly established itself as a bastion of good taste, carrying only an exclusive selection of the world’s finest dry goods.
The fusion of innovative design, sport functionality, fashion elegance and spotless craftsmanship all accumulate to the success of Y-3 BY Yohji Yamamoto since its inception over five years ago.