Japanese brand A Bathing Ape (also referred to as BAPE) has an exciting collaboration in the works.
BAPE recently teamed up with The Simpsons, one of the most iconic cartoons in the last decade and the longest running cartoon on TV of all time.
For Spring 2014 BAPE has put together the iconic Simpsons characters with its Baby Milo cartoon character on apparel, as well as accessories.
The talented illustrator that is Chris Yee is releasing a 124-page book showcasing his best work from the past year.
Sharing the same title as his recent solo exhibition, ‘Menace’ sees Yee putting his best foot forward displaying his natural talent.
Along with the release of the book, Yee will also be releasing a limited run of tees and prints in collaboration with apparel label, Low End Theory.
Show up early to avoid disappointment.
The book launch kicks off at Capsule in Central Park tomorrow night from 6pm.
Pop-up stores are becoming more and more popular for brands to showcase their collection of work, and at the same time connect with their consumers on a personal level.
Native Tether are bringing together 5 young designers to show the streets of Sydney their creative designs and to share with them their stories, their inspirations and themselves.
Kicking off today at 10am, make sure you head on down to 374 Crown St and be exposed to four unique brands that are surely to make a name for themselves in the future.
The Native Tether pop-up store will be open from 9th – 29th November.
This is indeed a match made in heaven.
Two true classics are put together in this latest collaboration.
California brand Stüssy hooks up with the Yo! MTV Raps franchise, the iconic TV show that ran under this name from 1988 until 1995 and continued until 1999 under the name Yo!. Together the two present a capsule T-shirt collection that features some of the rap world’s greatest.
Known best for their handcrafted wooden frames, Shwood is exploring new natural territories this season with the debut of the Stone Collection.
The materials used to create these shades harmoniously combine to achieve an aesthetic balance between rugged and refined, so if you’re as impressed with these as I am, you better hurry because numbers are limited.
Last Saturday, 9 March 2013, Sydney welcomed the arrival of the very talented beatsmith / DJ / producer Ta-ku.
In town for a sold-out show at GoodGod and an in store appearance of a collaboration tee between himself, For The Homies and Capsule Store, I can only hope that we (aka Sydney) made a good enough impression for him to return to our city in the near future.
Check out my review of both of his appearances at Capsule and GoodGod.
It’s all happening this Saturday in Sydney!!!
I know the Future Music Festival is on in Randwick but I have more exciting news!
The very talented Ta-ku is heading to Sydney to play a couple of shows and I highly recommend you attend at least one of them to see him perform live and finally (maybe) you’ll understand why his music inspires me so much.
See ya there! 🙂