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For this 2016 collaboration, garments include a Hanten Coat, Hanten Shirt, Chino Pant, Hakam Short, Long Sleeve Tee, Short Sleeve tee, Slip-on Shoe, Bell Hat and folding fan.

Originally created by Daisuke Yokoyama in 2003, Sasquatchfabrix is known for its fusing of Western cultural values and Japanese cultural heritage, in an effort to create contemporary garments.

The collection will be available at Supreme’s physical locations and online storeon April 14, while Japan will see an April 16 release

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H&M World Recycle Week campaign feat M.I.A

Fashion brand H&M is launching a global garment collecting campaign, seekingto collect 1,000 tons of unwanted garment from more than 3.600 stores around the globe, taking place April 18th through 24th. The initiative is part of H&M’s goal to close the gap in fashion, recycling unwanted garments to create recycled textile fibers for new products.

To raise awareness M.I.A. wrote the song ‘Rewear it’ exclusively for H&M and the World Recycle Week campaign.
H&M has worked closely with choreographer Aaron Sillis to interpret M.I.A.’s music and lyrics into dance moves for the campaign’s video.
The result of this collaboration is a video featuring M.I.A. together with an eclectic cast of people from all over the world.

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 Finding inspiration from California-native plants like holly and lilac, The idea of this collection was to bring awareness to the drought’s effects on agricultural landscapes at a regional and global level.

available at The Hundred’s flagship locations, online store, as well as select retailers from April 7.

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Kairos (the menswear), according to Creative Director, Jason Samuel, tells a story of a time in his life when all a man desires is to be a able to build his life & career, a time when all that matters to him is to be something he created with his own mind.

With Chronos -the womenswear collection- the designer tells a story of his emotions & how uneasy it has been for him to control them.

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