Japanese menswear label Glamb never ceases to completely blow us away with it’s always eclectic and laid back style. Think vintage nomad with a rebellious street edge true to the scene that is Japanese street style. Consisting of unique pieces that could very well have been taken straight out of a vintage shop the label’s Summer 2011 lookbook has everything from worn-in patchwork jeans to psychedelic geometric graphic t-shirts designed to emulate a tie-dye effect (totally 90s), and even a denim kimono! Overall, everything you need for a killer summer look with some serious street style cred. Bold? Yes. Awesome? Definitely!
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We’re all for helping Japan in the relief effort. So what better way to do so, then by purchasing a denim kimono. Designer Toshi shows off his love for denim and pride for his hometown of Oksak Japan, in a cool dark indigo denim kimono. Toshi’s denim line Full Count & Co. features women’s jeans embroidered with flowers and a rugged Men’s line that is a typical yet classic straight leg jean. We are absolutely in love with the raw selvedge denim jean, which offers a more grown up appeal to the brand. So the question is would you wear a denim kimono?
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— Ashlee Mellowes
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