Rise of the Protégé - Mao Kashimada's Journey from OFF-WHITE to ROGIC
Originally a side project by ex OFF-WHITE Tokyo buyer Mao Kashimada to create men's clothing that would fit herself, ROGIC has evolved into a brand beloved by celebrities and creatives alike while continuing to exist within a broader spectrum in relative obscurity.
Make Clothes (With Less), Not War - READYMADE's Statement Beyond Fashion
With a focus on breathing new life into military goods and surplus wear, Yuta Hosokawa's READYMADE caught the eye of the industry heavyweights early on with his one-of-a-kind creations. Since then, he has created limited-run products with countless high-profile brands and expanded its offering to a wide range of apparel.
All Gone, While Stocks Last - Michael Dupouy's Annual Love Letter to Streetwear Returns
All Gone, a love letter for the culture that defined the author Michael Dupouy and many others, as well as a chronicle of this culture's quest to conquer the heart of the world, returns for its 2019 issue.