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While the summer Nike ACG release came earlier this year, GRIND Magazine has presented the collection in all it’s glory in their 74th issue. While the print edition is the optimal way to view the content from the excellent magazine, you can check their website for more. Certain ACG items are still available at stores including Nike and BDGA.

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GRIND Magazine may be my favorite streetwear magazine. The Japanese imprint offers some of the best styling and product features out there on a monthly basis. They have been big supporters of WTAPS since the magazine’s launch and the latest issue features a 90’s colleague vibe right down to the baggy pants.

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WTAPS and GRIND return with their seasonal editorial , presenting new pieces from the streetwear label in the magazine’s latest issue. The vibe this time is decidedly sportswear with a football and baseball jersey featured and styled in manner that brings to mind 90’s New York. Check the latest editorial here and look for the product online at the usual suspects END and Haven.

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Beauty & Youth is one of the retailers at the forefront of Japanese contemporary fashion. GRIND Magazine has been delivering some of the best editorials of the past few years and continues to crush it with this take on Fall/Winter. The editorial features garments from the likes of PHINGERIN, Vainl Archive and Bedwin & the Heartbreakers. The casual streetstyle feel of the photos places all the garments here in a very wearable context.

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Every now and then a designer creates one of their strongest collections. I feel that way about Sacia’s Fall/Winter 2015 men’s collection. Obscure and hard to find outside Japan, Sacai and head designer Chitose Abe has raised her profile internationally with a collaboration with Nike and an expanding womenswear distribution. GRIND Magazine plays with the nomadic vibe of the collection in this new editorial.

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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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Y-3 has been gaining popuarity and momentum through 2014 with the release of the highly sought out Qasa sneaker. The hype was enough to make a new audience take a look beyond the footwear and at the unique athletic look of the entire line. GRIND kills it once again incorporating male and female models , while blending together key pieces from the fall/winter 2015 collection. Look for these items to be available directly through the Y-3 site.

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GRIND Magazine puts their unique point of view on the Fall/Winter 2015 Neighborhood collection with this concise editorial. The photography focuses on the details in the outerwear and the relaxed styling is a logical accompaniment to Neighborhood’s take on street wear.  My take on the collection is that the barbour-style coat is a banger. You can find current season NBHD stuff over at END.

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GRIND Magazine is one of my favorite men’s style mags out of Japan. They always are able to present both high fashion and streetwear in a clean, creative context. WTAPS is one of the brands that they consistently feature and they really are able to nail down imagery that captures where WTAPS is currently at. While the military influence is still there, WTAPS has broadened both its audience and viewpoint over the last several years by diversifying the product and making it less of a literal ‘milspec’ brand than it has been in the past. The result is the brand embracing more items like the hats, sweats and flannels found here.

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The latest issue of GRIND Magazine features this fantastic editorial with pieces from Nonnative’s fall/winter 2014 collection. The styling highlights the quality construction of the pieces and really captures the earthy rugged look that nonnative has been come to known for. It seems that Nonnative has really come into it’s own in recent seasons and it’s definitely on my radar as a brand to watch/purchase from.

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