C.E. has been known to release a video previewing each season and spring/summer 2017 is no exception in that regard. This time the film taps directly into club culture with a rave scene playing out with models rocking outfits from the collection. The music comes by way of Trilogy Tapes (the track feature EMG “Mother Funk”. I always thought C.E was a streetwear label that paired perfectly with nightlife and this video confirms that fact. Look for items to drop on the C.E. website as well as stockists including END CLOTHING and Well Gosh.
C.E just released a handful of pieces from it’s Fall/Winter 2016 season. While there hasn’t been a lookbook shared of yet, one of the best items so far is the Collared Pullover Top. Minimally branded on the front, the back features a screen-printed and patch graphics. Get it directly from the C.E website , intransigent capitalism indeed.
A fresh batch of C.E has just launched on their webshop. The pieces emphasize familiar themes and graphics that have be become synonymous with the line in recent collections. My personal favorite is the crewneck shown above that features illustration by Roberto Baldazzini. This is just a small sampling of what is set to drop as part of the Spring/Summer 2016 collection but keep an eye on the Cavempt site for updates.
Though pieces from the FW15 collection from C.E have been floating around for over a month now, the Tokyo based streetwear label dropped a new lookbook to showcase items from the collection. Shot against a utilitarian brick background that recalls some of the ziggurat designs present in the line, the new lookbook runs through the usual assortment of hoodies, outerwear , accessories and pants that C.E has been come to known. The collection is a quite colorful for a cold weather season and is modeled by legendary electronic music producer Joy Orbison. Check it out after the jump and shop items on C.E or Bodega.
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Progressive street wear publication GRIND has been highlighting C.E each season and the fall/winter 2015 is no exception. A selection of jackets, pants, hoodies and accessories are combined in a shoot emphasizing movement and graphics. Check our last C.E post for more info on the fall/winter collection.
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Japanese streetwear label C.E (CAVEMPT) has just released their latest selection of items from the Fall/Winter 2015 collection. The team of Toby Feltwell and Sk8thing have once again used graphics as the basis of the collection. There’s many items here in a collage-type style , replicating the feeling of a graphic designer work-in-progress. Returning items include a new take on the above distressed Plauge hoody, as well as a new disguise scarf. Ontop of that, this collection features a new backpack design. Shop the collection directly through the CAVEMPT website.
Today marks the launch of a new feature on Third Looks called ‘LOOKS/LIES’. The concept came as a result of various discussions between my friend Jayne Lies and I. We’ve teamed up on some projects in the past including the Verticals music video for Celestial Trax and we always found the experience rewarding and eye-opening. We decided to launch this feature together as a means of preserving a moment in time (through photographic snapshots) in a quick and fun interview format. This ongoing series will serve as a platform through which we can document each subject’s style , aura thoughts and experiences within our local communities and beyond.
To launch the feature, Lies took a few photos of myself as I had been looking for a way to share my personal style is at currently. Through the word association style interview questions that she put together, you should also get to know where i’ve been and where my head is at now.
Check out the full feature after the jump
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Tokyo based streetwear label C.E had a big 2014. The brand grew it’s audience and distribution outside Japan and it continued to be a favorite of shop buyers and celebrities including Rihanna. The brand just made available it’s first pieces from it’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Amongst the collection is a small selection of a couple tees, a few sweats and two statement accessories (gloves and the neck scarf). You can also get a glimpse of what’s to come by checking out the video up on the site which was shot at the Tate London C.E presentation.
Shop the items directly via the C.E website.
In past interviews, C.E brand founders Sk8thing and Toby Feltwell stated that they saw themselves as outside the traditional fashion system in Japan, so it’s not surprising that their presentation for their Spring/Summer 2015 felt more like an subterranean nightclub than a runway show. Backed by a DJ set by Rezzett and eye-grabbing visuals by Bacon , the full presentation is worth experiencing for the music and also a glimpse at what’s to come from the streetwear label.
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C.E has gained a cult following after several strong seasons of graphic-based streetwear. Taking off-beat themes on their clothing has become a trademark and the brand continues to pull from everything from dytopian sci-fi novels to military replications and net-art style imagery. Without much announcement or fanfare, C.E dropped a small range of items from their Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Familar styles such as the ‘simulation shirt’ and the usual coaches jacket and t-shirts and crewnecks make their return. Prices seem to have also dropped a little bit compared to past seasons. Definitely curious to see how the rest of the collection shapes up.
Available now online at Cavempt.