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As the online demand for archival designer clothing continues to grow, new shops are opening to meet the demand. One new retailer in the space is called Middleman. The online store is owned and founded by Kyle J.S. Muhlfriedel and Clif Shayne and based between Los Angeles and Nashville. The site will offer a mix of consignment items as well as carefully selected rare items which release every Friday. As part of the initial push Middleman has released this editorial entitled ‘Oscar Weekend’ which highlights some of the items that will be available for sale. The editorial is photographed against the backdrop of a classic old school Hollywood Motel.

With a focus on Japanese and European designer fashion, key archival pieces from Undercover, Dior Homme, Helmut lang, Raf Simons, Martin Margiela and Rick Owens will be among the items scheduled for release this Friday on Grailed. Take a look at the full editorial below to get a better idea of the initial selection and follow Middleman on Instagram for more updates.

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In the new issue of 032c, a piece has appeared written by Alex Needham reflecting on Frank Oceans music over the last couple years. Certainly Blonde and Endless were unbelievable influential and personal projects and among my all-time favorites. The story comes with a photographical accompaniment which also captures Frank Ocean in a relaxed suburban setting wearing vintage pieces and CdG Homme Plus. Photographer Petra Collins and 032c’s fashion director Mel Ottenberg worked together on the piece which is well worth a read over at 032c.

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It’s said that LA can be a lonely city, a new editorial from BLENDS captures that feeling of alienation using pieces from the new Brain Dead collection. Set a nostalgically themed bowling alley, the collection includes the usuals graphic-laden staples. Check out more of the drop on BLEND’s website and click through for all the images.

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Jim Jones has gone through countless style phases in the course of his rap career. The Dipset capo has been seen repping everything from Supreme to Ed Hardy in it’s heyday, Jones has embraced the full spectrum of fashion and streetwear. Atlanta boutique A Ma Maniére hits up Jones to model brands including vidvim, Stone Island, Margiela and Mastermind. A nice mix of the rappers personal style and the curation of the shop is achieved. Shop the looks instore or via A Ma Maniére’s website.

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Always a fan of GRIND magazines editorials. This time around they tackle sporty staples from track jackets to light technical jackets showcasing the new Nike Sportswear items dropping this Fall.

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HBX highlights key pieces from Stone Island’s fall selections with a new editorial.  A mix of graphic tees, accessories and outerwear show off the versatility of the collection. Some of the key pieces are the Garment Dyed Down Jacket and the fitted knit pieces. While it might be a little early for cold weather gear, you can check out the pieces in detail over at HBX.

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Italian streetwear experts Slam Jam Socialism teamed up with office Magazine on an editorial highlighting picks from the SS17 Y-3 collection. Shot on the streets of downtown New York, check out the rest of the feature and shop the pieces over at Slam Jam Socialism’s webstore.

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Haven showcases it’s newest arrivals in this monochromatic take on the spring/summer ’17 season. Brands used in the editorial include sac, vidvim, Neighborhood, Junya Watananbe, EG, Stone Island and Needles. These disparate pieces are seamlessly mixed and matched. Visit Haven for more info on the products themselves.

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Japanese style mag Popeye tackles spring style in the city with this well-styled editorial. Giving a very real glimpse into days spent traveling across town while stopping at delis, burger shops and falafel joints. Pieces include the latest from Visvim, WTAPS and Wacko Maria. If you’re looking for some these items online you can find them at END and Revive.

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Visvim excels at making modern classics. Designer Hiroki Nakamura excels at bringing new life to overlooked vintage designs. The Iris liner is no exception. A reversible design with nylon on one side and a wool/mohair blend on the other; the liner can worn on it’s own or discreetly layered under fall/winter outerwear.

Click through for more images of the liner and go to IDOL Brooklyn to shop their Visvim selection.

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