Tag results for: Dover Street Market

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COMME des GARçONS – Manga Print Wallets | Available Now

In the world of contemporary fashion where style and design are ever volatile and dictated by undercurrents of trends and tastemakers, few labels remain determined in their own grounds, pursuing their very own creative visions untainted by popular opinion. Rei Kawakubo’s COMME des GARÇONS has remained one … READ MORE

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COMME des GARçONS x The Beatles | Available Now

The wait for COMME des GARÇONS x The Beatles collection is finally over– at least for the folks not living in Tokyo without easy access to the Trading Museum and the COMME des GARÇONS Concept Store hosted within. The Beatles had been having the time of the … READ MORE

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Junya Watanabe x Carhartt – eYe Jacket

Collaborations are not a new phenomenon in the current market however this type of reconstruction is something unorthodox to any market. Famed Japanese fashion designer Junya Watanabe is said to have purchased the Carhartt jackets and reconstructed them himself which makes this an unofficial collaboration with Carhartt. … READ MORE

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COMME des GARçONS x The Beatles – T-Shirts

As previously reported on the  collaborative project between COMME des GARÇONS and The Beatles and their limited items, here we see a basic t-shirts designed with The Beatles logos. It is interesting to note that these new t-shirts  will not be sold as limited edition pieces but … READ MORE

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COMME des GARçONS X The Beatles | First Look

News have been floating about and people have been talking about an upcoming collaboration between Rei Kawakubo’s COMME des GARÇONS and the legendary The Beatles. The Beatles/Comme des Garçons collection will comprise of 10 travel bags, five tees and four shirts. Not wanting to roll out an … READ MORE

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COMME des GARçONS X The Beatles

COMME des GAR ‡ONS wanted to hold The Beatles’ hands and did so successfully in a partnership that was just reported on WWD. Rei Kawabuko’s well-loved label gears up with Apple Corps Ltd which handles the legacy and music of the legendary global sensation to create a … READ MORE

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Daft Punk X SILLY THING X MEDICOM TOY – 1000% KUBRICK

Previously on Silly Thing: Hong Kong’s Silly Thing collaborated with Japan’s Medicom Toy and Daft Punk to produce a set of collaborative 1000% Kubrick after a prior set of Be@rbricks released earlier this year. Putting the retro-space-age vinyl toys under closer inspection, the toys are dressed in … READ MORE

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COMME des GARçONS x Dover Street Market – Eau de Toilette Perfume

The London department store Dover Street Market, owned  by Rei Kawakubo, has finally announced the release of its own Eau de Toilette perfume. To say that this is a collaboration is actually not right as both Dover Street Market and  Comme des Gar §ons are founded by … READ MORE

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Dover Street Market – Fall/Winter 2009 – Retail Space

The legendary Dover Street Market has re-opened it’s doors offering shoppers a new look on all six of their retail floors. The store located in London is open Monday through Saturday and carries some of the world’s best brands including BLACK COMME des GAR ‡ONS, COMME des … READ MORE

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COMME des GARçONS Dover Street Market – Shirt

After introducing the COMME DES GAR ‡ONS Shirt Collection which featured prints from National Geographic, the brand had released two additional great collections for this season to celebrate the brand’s 40th anniversary. One of the lines, COMME DES GAR ‡ONS Dover Street Market (named after the British … READ MORE

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A Bathing Ape (BAPE) x UNDERCOVER NOWHERE Camo Canvas Sneaker

More than a decade ago, designers Jun Takahashi (UNDERCOVER) and Nigo (BAPE) embarked a little retail experiment named NOWHERE in the Harajuku neighborhood of Tokyo.  And though it no longer exist, that particular storefront forever altered the definition of “Harajuku”, from a hub of subculture ideals to … READ MORE