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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A Eugene H?tz-esque mustache and decidedly Japanese sportswear styling characterize the new lookbook for URSUS Bape. The off-shoot of BAPE, designed by Toru Nishiyama, attempts to embody “American casual fashion through a modern filter”. The clothes are simple, clean, and easily mixed into your current wardrobe. From the over-sized overalls to the no-fail denim work shirt, the staples are present and the flamboyant extras are ready to roll.
See the full lookbook here. Be sure to check out the URSUS Bape blog for entertainment, too.
—Michelle Christina Larsen
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