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Editorial

LIFESTYLE

KAWS Celebrates Summer With HOLIDAY "Companion" Collection

Available tomorrow on CLOT.cn.

Oakley's Journey From Performance Wear to Fashion Statement

The perfect summer accessory.

Oakley's Most Iconic Shades are Available Now

From the classic Frogskins to the Flak 2.0, kick your shade game up a notch.

KAWS is Going On Holiday with a Huge Companion Release

KAWS is celebrating summer in a big way - literally. He's packing up and heading to Seoul, South Korea for a new project entitled KAWS:HOLIDAY, whe...

ALYX Presents its First-Ever Runway Show Called "ENDLESS"

Featuring collaborations with Nike, Vibram, Mackintosh and Majocchi.

Streetstyle Inspiration From Jim Jarmusch's Films

Fashion takes cues from culture... whether it's movies or music, and Jim Jarmusch's films have left an indelible mark on what we know as streetwear now.

Gagosian Presents New Waves, Alex Israel’s First Solo Exhibition in Hong Kong

Alex Israel debuts his first show in Hong Kong called 'New Wave,' at the Gagosian Gallery.

KAWS Brightens the World with New “SEEING” Figure

KAWS continues to release hyped-up art figurines, this time remixing the BFF and giving it LED-wired eyes that light up.

Dr. Woo on Linking and Building past His Tattoo Empire

A good friend of the CLOT family, Doctor Woo has been tattooing for years, ever since Mark Mahoney invited him to be an apprentice. He’s become known for his intricate pieces that feature thin lines, dots and shadows.

It’s Not 1932 Anymore, But Aldous Huxley’s Dystopian Brave New World Is Very Relevant

At this point, modernity can be reduced to an algorithm that gets to dictate the ephemera we scroll through. The truth is, Aldous Huxley’s 1932 dystopian classic contains some curiously prescient qualities.

THE IMPERMANENT SPECTACLE: NYC’s AREA NIGHTCLUB (1983-1987)

Area, half party, half prodigious art rotisserie, propagated decadence between the years 1983 and 1987. Each affair was an immersive microcosm of excess, regularly luring guests like Grace Jones, David Byrne, Cher, Madonna, John F Kennedy Jnr., and more.

XEME: PIONEERING STREET ART IN HONG KONG

Hong Kong is one of the most exciting cities in the world so think about its potential as it strives to become a major art capital. With HKwalls, a mural festival started by Xeme and his friends, it’s moving in the right direction.