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Dover Street Market and MAD Paris Release DLC Cartier Collection

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Dover Street Market and MAD Paris pick up where their last MONOCHROMARKET DSM 15th-anniversary collaboration left off. This collection expands on the blacked-out Cartier Juste Un Clou Bracelet (£17,595 GBP/$22,390 USD) with additional Cartier offerings.



Known for its creative luxury Swiss watch customs — typically in the shade of black — MAD Paris has applied its expertise in customizing both the signature Cartier Love and Juste Un Clou rings and bracelets. The result is an understated luxurious fashion accessory in a matte-black diamond-like carbon coating.

You might also like: How Does Supreme’s Ostensible Demarketing Strategy Works ?!In other fashion news, Dover Street Market enlists Nike, Raf Simons, Off-White™ for COVID-19 relief T-shirts.

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MIDNIGHT STUDIOS Reveals Surprise Juice WRLD ‘Legends Never Die’ Merch

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As Juice WRLD continues to dominate the music charts despite his passing, MIDNIGHT STUDIOS has revealed a surprise merch release centered around the late artist’s Legends Never Die album.



Created in close partnership with 999 CLUB, MIDNIGHT STUDIOS founder and designer Shane Gonzales looked to honor the legacy of Juice WRLD with a range hoodies, T-shirts and bandanas. Aside from focusing on the title of the posthumous album, the range also features portrait graphic and vinyl jacket motif.

You might also like: How Does Supreme’s Ostensible Demarketing Strategy Works ?!Check out the release below and head over to legendsneverdie999.shop to pick up the surprise MIDNIGHT STUDIOS Juice WRLD Legends Never Die merch now.

For more contemporary fashion, SEVENTH HEAVEN and READYMADE recently came together for a T-Shirt Pack.

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For more contemporary fashion, SEVENTH HEAVEN and READYMADE recently came together for a T-Shirt Pack.

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BAPE and COMME des GARÇONS Reunite for PLAY-ful Collaborative Shirts

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Back in April, BAPE launched its outpost inside COMME des GARÇONS‘ new Osaka store, commemorated with a special capsule collection two months later. The duo have no plans to halt the joint efforts any time soon it seems, as evidenced by a brief assortment of co-branded tees and hoodies that recall the effortless graphics offered by COMME des GARÇONS PLAY.



Realized in a similar format to PLAY’s heart-emblazoned tees, the new BAPE partnership sees the venerable Japanese label’s name printed alongside a tiny APE HEAD at the chest of each peice. Action lines make it look as though “COMME des GARÇONS” is being shouted by the familiar symbol for a quirky approach to co-branding. Navy and white T-shirts accompany long-sleeve striped iterations in blue and red, while grey and black hoodies boast full-length zippers in homage to a classic BAPE design element.

You might also like: How Does Supreme’s Ostensible Demarketing Strategy Works ?!Most recently, BAPE teased a spate of collaborative goods, including the year’s second Coca-Cola partnership , Master and Dynamic audio gear and a BE@RBRICK co-designed by mastermind JAPAN.

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Take a Look at Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Influential Works in New Virtual Tour

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Last year, The Brant Foundation in New York City’s East Village opened with a monumental exhibition on Jean-Michel Basquiat. The show brought almost 70 works by Basquiat — created from 1980 to 1987 — back to the same neighborhood that had inspired him. Now, the foundation is providing a new virtual tour of the influential exhibition, allowing viewers to explore all four floors of the show and digitally view some of Basquiat’s most important works.



Spanning the artist’s entire oeuvre, the exhibition explores Basquiat’s prolific yet brief career and broad range of subjects. Highlights include several of the artist’s most celebrated large-scale canvases, such as two head paintings from 1981 and 1982, as well as the multi-paneled Grillo (1984). In other works like Arroz con Pollo (1981) and Price of Gasoline in the Third World (1982), Basquiat shed light on issues like colonialization, the African Diaspora and racial inequality. Other paintings immortalized his heroes, such as jazz legend Charlie Parker and boxers Sugar Ray Robinson and Joe Louis.

You might also like: How Does Supreme’s Ostensible Demarketing Strategy Works ?!Check out the exhibition for yourself on The Brant Foundation’s website.
In other news, Meguru Yamaguchi has unveiled new sculptural paintings at Tokyo’s Seibu Shibuya outpost.

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In other news, Meguru Yamaguchi has unveiled new sculptural paintings at Tokyo’s Seibu Shibuya outpost.

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