CAVEMPT (C.E) Pullover Top

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 Ā 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 ,Ā intransigent capitalism … Read more

C.E Cotton Zip Jacket

C.E releases a subtle jacket design from it’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection. A take on the classic British Harrington jacket, the jacket is adorned with branded embroidery and the standard rubber C.E stamp on the arm. A nice little beige addition for chilly nights and windy days. Scoop it over at Goodhood.

C.E SS16 Video

C.E SS 2016 from c.e on Vimeo. C.E brings new light to it’s spring/summer 2016 collection with an eye-catching video shot using 4k drone footage. The clip is voyeuristic in nature and pieces together aerial shots and surveillance type camera work. The soundtrack sounds like it’s straight out of a black mirror episode and the … Read more

Bryan Lee (Originalprogram) of the Acronymjutsu Instagram

Bryan Lee (@originalprogram)

Great brands are able to build more than just a following , they inspire whole communities of supporters. AcronymĀ is one brand that has made a mark not just within the techwear sphere but onĀ aĀ dedicated community of collectorsĀ and enthusiasts around the world. While it’s price point and exclusivity keep Acronym from really being on the radar in mainstream men’s fashion, fans of the brand can find imagery of gear, fits and even choose to trade, buy and sell the brand through forums , marketplaces like grailed or on private social media groups.

One outlet that has taken off in terms of showcasing the brand through the eyes and lenses of it’s biggest fans is the Acronymjutsu Instagram account. Ā The instagram account curatesĀ images from users around the world that use or wear Acronym. The account serves as both a home base for fans of the brand to keep in touch and communicate but also as a source of inspiration for those looking to buy or style the label in their own way. I spoke with Bryan Lee (@originalprogram) who started the Acronymjutsu account on how it came to be and his long history as a collector of all things Acronym.

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Acronymjutsu Instagram account

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C.E (Cavempt) SS16 First Delivery

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 illustrationĀ byĀ Roberto Baldazzini. This is just a small sampling of what is set to drop as part … Read more

Interview with C.E’s Toby Feltwell

Toby Feltwell is no stranger to the streetwear industry. He’s been in Nigo’s inner circle helping guide A Bathing Ape’s international expansion duringĀ it’s heydey. He was also a key player in helping Pharrell launch BBC/Ice Cream and prior to that was an influential A&R at XL Recordings. He is currently in the braintrust atĀ C.E. Amuse … Read more

C.E (CAVEMPT) Fall/Winter 2015 Lookbook

Though pieces from the FW15 collection from C.E have been floating around for over a month now, the Tokyo based streetwear label droppedĀ 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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C.E FW15 – First Releases

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 … Read more