The design of the body was inspired by the overlapping segments found in early samurai armor, and utilises mixed media panels that have been meticulously finished with slow, smooth curves to meet razor-sharp folds, while the insert grill was only made possible with 3D printing.
Body, chassis and much of the components entirely made by top-level carbon fiber materials, extremely powerful four electric motors, a unique torque vectoring system, an exclusive battery system, and handmade premium interior.
A series of technical canvas backpacks, part of the Undercover x A Clockwork Orange collection.
Latest collection from a Japanese brand.
Wants you to discover "your own sound".
TheSoloist. is a true expression of its founder, Takahiro Miyashita.
Visvim presents a new collection of footwear using the FBT model with a "Veg Suede" construction.
Hender Scheme moves beyond the signature tanned leather tone of previous releases.
Needles is an in-house line of Keizo Shimizu’s NEPENTHES, a Japanese umbrella company that also operates Engineered Garments, RANDT, South2 West8, and AIE.
Medicom Toy Corporation based in Shibuya, Tokyo, was founded in 1996 and has risen to become one of Japan's best known toy manufacturing companies.
The four-piece collection features signature NEIGHBORHOOD ‘SAVAGE’ construction techniques, characterized by intricate patchwork, repairs, and custom modifications.
Durable leather reinforcement patches and interior dividers serve to accent the functionality of the bags constructed of dense and tightly woven nylon.
Comprised of outerwear, knits, shirts, pants, shorts and socks, the range features a plethora of patterns accented by heavy detailing.
The Japanese streetwear imprint has since joined forces with BEAMS and Yoshida Kaban’s offshoot line, B Jirushi Yoshida, on a new seasonal lineup.
The collection consists of MA-1 jackets, denim in the form of jackets and jeans, T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies.
Visvim is a Japanese menswear brand founded by Hiroki Nakamura in Ura-Harajuku in 2001.
New Cav Empt, made in Japan, fall and winter clothing.
Selections from the season include layering arrangements in monochromatic colour palettes and refined textile patterns. Inspired by workwear and military uniforms, the pieces effortlessly boast contemporary yet classic aesthetics.
Each pair is based on an iconic shoe design, but is made by hand from pre-tanned leather to strip away the familiarity of the piece.