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While I didn’t like Visvim SS15 offering at all, Fall/Winter 2015 proved to be one of the labels best collections in some time. So far the follow-up seems to be quite promising with what’s shown in this new editorial in SENSE magazine. There’s a promising red anorak as well as a tan colored technical trench. Consider this a teaser for the full SS16 lookbook which should be dropping soon on the Visvim site. Look for product to start arriving online at shops including Mr.PorterSSENSE, END and Haven.

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Popeye Magazine filters the WTAPS military aesthetic through this skateboarding themed editorial.  The effortless style of skateboarders is captured here in motion. Key pieces from the Fall/Winter 2015 collection are highlighted including a selection of button downs, jeans and a new satin bomber (a collab with Ebbet’s Field) and field jacket.

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It’s no surprise that the team at Nepenthes has assembled another winning editorial highlighting a selection of spring/summer items from the likes of Needles, South2West8 and Engineered Garments. This editorial provides solid inspiration for dressing in hotter weather with fits that manage to work in a variety of pieces from top Japanese labels. The looks here styled by Naoki Ikeda capture the feeling of exploring the Japanese countryside and offer a textbook example of how conversation pieces can be toned down and made to be easily wearable. If you’re into any of the brands mentioned above , do yourself a favor and click through to see the rest of the editorial.

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Chapter began in 2013 and is based in LA. All items pictured above are from the Spring/Summer 2014 ‘Lucid Void’ collection which you can find on their webshop. I style Harry James who plays bass in the London based band O.Children, you can check their music on their iTunes.

Model: Harry James of O.Children

Photography: Rebekah Seok

Styling: Rocky Li

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“Sukezane’s Diary in Tokyo Maze”
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Photography by Junji Hata.

Images : Editorial SOTOKOTO Feburary 2010 Issue

Large elaborate prints that blend art with clothing continue to be marched down the runways of Milan, New York and Paris. One collaboration that was ahead of the curve in this regard was between painter/printmaker Leonard Tsuguoharu Foujita and Jil Sander for the Raf Simons designed Spring/Summer 2010 season. These face prints sold quickly and now are increasingly difficult to come by on auction sites and message boards, be sure to hang on tight if you own pieces from this capsule colleciton.

Leonard Tsuguoharu Foujita Self Portrait

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I have always been one to appreciate a beautifully designed print. One of the masters of color and print is Dries Van Noten. In this dreamy editorial dresses, tops and skirts from the Belgian designer’s Spring/Summer collection are captured against washed-out pastel backdrops.

See the entire editorial on Honeyee.

photography: Ariko Inaoka
styling: Yuta Kaji
hair: Kazuya Matsumoto(FEMME)
make-up: Masayo Tsuda
model: YiRan

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A new editorial has sprung up featuring Acronym SS2012 modeled by Rick ‘Zombie Boy’ Genest. The styling, backdrop and model choice gives this editorial a decidedly different feeling from the standard Acronym photoshoot.

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Photographer YVES BORGWARDT
Photo Assistance PHILIPP SIMON
Styling & Concept SASKIA SCHMIDT
Styling Assistance ADRIANA QUAISER
Model RICO “ZOMBIEBOY” GENEST / Izaio
All clothes & bags by ACRONYM
Jewelry by HANNA PORDZIK BERLIN & CHRISTIAN METZNER
Shoes by NIKE & CONVERSE
Nail Polish by USLU AIRLINES FEAT. ACRONYM
Retouch SIMON GEIS / Recom

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I was flipping through Milk Issue 091 when I came across this great editorial featuring Junya Wantanabe MAN and PINK (A Junya line for girls featuring menswear pieces in smaller sizes). In my opinion Junya pieces have to be styled correctly for the brand to really shine. The pieces here are styled quite perfectly in my opinion and I absolutely love the first image with the female model in the varsity and the patchwork jeans.If you haven’t checked it out Milk is definitely a nice contrast to American and European magazines particuarly for its product spreads, I hope to post up more scans in the near future.

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