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Wacko Maria has made a habit of collaborating with artists outside the fashion space and news comes this week of a brand new collab with famed Japanese photographer Daidō Moriyama. The capsule collection features simple tees , crewnecks, coaches jackets and short sleeve rayon shirts as the base garment for screen printing the unique photo work from Mr.Moriyama. Unfortunately it seems that the collection is only available in Japan at Paradise Tokyo and the official Wacko Maria webshop.

If you’re looking to pickup Wacko Maria elsewhere at END.

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Wacko Maria is one of my favorite streetwear labels out of Japan and their latest capsule collection pays homage to music legend Lee Scratch Perry. One of the pioneers of dub , Lee “Scratch” Perry has worked with a who’s who of artists from Bob Marley to The Beastie Boys. The collection takes graphics from Perry’s album artwork and throws them on everything from tees to short sleeves. While many collabs end up being a simple co-branding exercise but capsule channels the energy of Lee Perry’s musical legacy. Look out for the pieces available through Japanese Wacko Maria stockists and online boutiques like END.

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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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Wacko Maria is quickly becoming one of my favorite emerging Japanese labels. When I seen the Wacko Marias clothes I see the influence of  brands like Fuct, WTAPS, and Neighborhood but the brand does have a DNA that is very much it’s own. GRIND Magazine brought these Spring/Summer 2014 pieces to life with an editorial that’s has a strong cinematic look and feel.

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