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Kaws Sesame Street T-Shirts for UT

Not long after his Peanuts collection for UT, the artist Kaws has yet again teamed up with Uniqlo’s t-shirt brand with a reimagining of some of your favorite childhood characters. This time he has put his spin on Sesame Street, giving x’d out eyes to Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, The Count, and more. The characters are in typically whimsical, fun poses, with Elmo breaking through a wall or doing what appears to be jumping jacks, The Count showing his toothy grin, and Cookie Monster devouring his favorite food. Kaws has even added in his own...

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All-Black Converse Jack Purcells by Takahiro Miyashita The Soloist

Takahiro Miyashita made waves when he was chosen as one of the designers to show during Amazon’s At Tokyo program during Tokyo fashion week, and he followed that up with the even more impressive feat of showing alongside Jun Takahashi of Undercover as a featured designer at Pitti Uomo in Florence. Now, he is making even more of a name for himself by releasing for sale the sneakers he designed for Converse, which first appeared on his Tokyo runway.   Miyashita put his own spin on Converse’s classic Jack Purcell style by remaking it in all-over black. But it’s...

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BAPE x Porter Collaboration Collection

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, streetwear brand BAPE has joined forces with Yoshida Kaban, or Porter, on a series of exclusive bags and apparel. Shark hoodies in BAPE’s signature camo print, graphic t-shirts, and a bomber jacket go on sale April 25 only at the Porter stores in Tokyo and Shinagawa stations. The second grouping of products in the collab drops May 19 at the same stores and includes many of Porter’s most iconic styles, reimagined in BAPE camo. There will be a helmet bag, day pack, key case, travel case, and sacoche (a small pouch with strap). This...

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Featured Store: Rakuma (Fril)

Imagine a place where you can find great deals on pre-owned items in good condition, including everything from designer fashion to musical instruments. This is the store formerly known as Fril and now called Rakuma. It differs from auction sites in that each item has a set price, but products are listed by individual. sellers, meaning there’s a huge amount of variety. You can find women’s and men’s apparel items such as tops, jackets, dresses, pants, skirts and much more. There are also accessories including bags, shoes, wallets and jewelry. Brands represented include GU, Zara, Nepenthes, BAPE, Candy Stripper,...

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