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2011 Japan Earthquake & Tsunami – Current Status Of Japanese Photo Industry

As the crisis in Japan deepens, it is thanks to journalists and photographers like Kazuhiro Nogi to convey the magnitude of destruction and human sufferings to the rest of the world. However, the very tools these committed professionals use daily might be affected by the 9.0 earthquake … READ MORE


Stussy x fragment design Japan Relief T-Shirt | Preview

Upgraded from a 8.9 magnitude to a 9.0, the earthquake and tsunami that wrecked much of northwestern Japan last Friday afternoon have caused an unprecedented amount of damages and suffering to the island nation. To show its solidarity behind those in the crisis, Stussy, fragment design, and … READ MORE


Stussy x fragment design – Support For Japan | Preview

Many of us recalled how just a few decades ago, a generation of Japanese youths helped to support the then unknown street wear culture. So it pained us and the folks at Stussy to see the current catastrophe in Japan unfold before our eyes. To show its … READ MORE


Freshness To Support Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Relief Effort

A most unkind demonstration of life’s frailties occurred last Friday as a magnitude 8.9 earthquake ripped through northeastern Japan. As with all seismic phenomenon it dealt with before, the island nation was well prepared for the quake. Unfortunately, there was little time do the same for the … READ MORE


Freshness Week In Review: 3/06/2011 3/13/2011

Everything is overshadowed by tragedy on a massive scale this week, as northern Japan was hit with a devastating earthquake, and a resulting tsunami. It’s not yet clear how many lives were lost, but by any measure it is an incredibly sad event. With our sympathy to … READ MORE


Adapt Japan Earthquake Relief T-Shirt

  Around 2:46 pm yesterday local time, an earthquake in the magnitude of 8.9 hit just off the coast of Japan, wrecked havoc with 33-foot high tsunami and subsequent aftershocks, some at the scale 6 and above. While it is still too early to completely assess the … READ MORE