Second SS20 delivery from Stone Island has arrived. All the arrived items are listed below:
This Saturday we’re having an exciting visitor from the sneaker world. minä perhonen and Karhu announce their Karhu Albatross 82 collaboration to celebrate clothing brand minä perhonen’s 25th anniversary.
The minä perhonen label name originates in Finnish, as designer Akira Minagawa sympathized with Scandinavian culture when he first visited Finland at the age of 19. In Finnish, minä means ‘I’ and perhonen means ‘butterfly,’ resulting in the name “minä perhonen.” The brand was founded with a strong desire to create beautiful designs like those of the butterfly’s wings.
minä perhonen’s reflection on society and poetic sentiments towards the natural world combine well with Karhu’s 100 year old brand history and appreciation of the Finnish outdoors. Against this background the collaboration was created, a universal design, yet a new take on the everyday pre-sent.
The Karhu “Albatross 82,” a Japanese favourite, is selected as the base for two of minä perhonen’s fabric de-signs. Light-inspired watercolours inside pencil drawn ovals printed on fabric, is the textile design called “jelly-beans”. The second design, “land puzzle” combines different patterns of weave structures and represents awide view of earth as if flying above the sky. The insoles feature the logos of both partners. The shoe box featu-res minä perhonen’s iconic “tambourine” textile design.
These two colorways for the shoes will be available in sizes US 4.5-7.5 starting Saturday 18.1. 11.00. Price 130€. Welcome!
First arrivals of men’s SS20 collection from Acne Studios are here. These and some more new season arrivals are now available in store.
Set to be unveiled in early 2020, A.P.C. and Carhartt WIP have once again joined forces to create a collaborative capsule collection, as part of the A.P.C.’s ongoing interaction series. A natural fit for both brands, off the back of a collaborative relationship that spanned four collections between 2011 and 2013, this partnership sees a combination of both brands’ identities and iconography, as Carhartt WIP’s ‘C’ emblem is swapped into the renowned A.P.C. motif.
The collection itself features iconic Carhartt WIP pieces, reinterpreted by the Paris-based brand and executed in its own fabrics. The classic Michigan Chore Coat, for example, has been reworked in a sleeker looking cotton, compared to its traditional, rugged canvas base.
Inspired by his own home garden Dries van Noten brings bold floral prints and colors to his SS20 collection. The collection also includes artwork made by Mika Ninagawa in collaboration with graphic designer YOSHIROTTEN.
Season sale starts on Friday 27.12. Find almost all FW19 items with -30% discount.
We got our December deliveries from COMME des GARÇONS WALLET series in store and this time there’s more than just wallets. Some new styles on belts have also been added to the selection. Belts are available with and without prints. Find the ones in the pictures and plenty more colours for the wallets in store.
PLAY COMME des GARÇONS Converse can now be found in great variety of sizes. We got a re-stock for black and white hi-tops as well as the black lo-top and we also still have some sizes left for the multi-hearted ones.
Come and pick up yours!
Acne Studios have started their SS20 Face collection deliveries with their ever-popular Pansy beanies and basic jersey items. We also received re-stocks for Steffey and Perey Face sneakers.
Here’s a list of new season arrivals that can now be found in store:
COMME des GARÇONS launches four new perfumes. Three of them being part of new series called CLASH and one of them is a new addition to their well known Monocle series.
CLASH is a whole new series of three new scents. The series fosters the strength of differences, bringing together elements that were never meant to be associated in surprising alliances. Inspired by the art of surrealist collages, COMME des GARÇONS perfume art director Christian Astuguevieille researched what comes when two raw materials that were never organically intended to meet collide, creating a new form all together. From this exciting experiment in unchartered olfactory grounds emerge 3 surprising new scents. These Eau de Perfumes are sold in 30ml bottles, all now available in store.
CELLULOID x GALBANUM: Clash fosters the strength of differences, bringing together elements that were never meant to be associated in surprising alliances, inspired by the art of surrealist collages.
The Association of Celluloid and Galbanum is by essence contradictory. Originating from the opposite realms of technology and nature, plastic and resin converge in creating a whole new scent.
Lemon oil, Galbanum heart Lmr, Celluloid Accord, Jasmine Absolute Lmr, Cashmeran, Dry amber, Musk
CHLOROPHYLL x GARDENIA: Gardenia is a very distinctive note, known as a feminine and heady scent. Comme des Garçons worked on breaking down this overpowering essence with the freshness of Chlorophyll. An unusual encounter that blossom into a new floral green composition.
Cosmofruit, Gardenia, Spearmint oil, Pepper pink co2 LMR, Black pepper oil Madagascar LMR, Galbanum oil LMR, Pea Accord, Musk
RADISH x VETIVER: Radish and Vetiver are both roots that were never meant to cross paths underground.
The result is a modern enhanced Vetiver.
Radish (Raphanus Sativus), Cypriol Essence India (Papyrus), Guaiac Wood Essence Paraguay, Vetiver Essence Haiti, Akigalawood
New Monocle scent Yoyogi follows the success of Scent One: Hinoki;
Scent Two: Laurel; and Scent Three: Sugi. This fourth addition to Monocle x Comme des Garçons series, “ Yoyogi “, is inspired by Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park and designed to evoke the sensation of an early-morning run around the park with its damp, sweet and green notes. The new scent is the first addition to the range since 2013.
Created in Paris by perfumer Nathalie Cetto, the fragrance was conceived by monocle founder and
editor in chief Tyler Brûlé and Comme des Garçons founder and ceo Adrian Joffe. The appealing unisex
product takes its woody lead from cypress, freshly mown grass and wormwood. The energising fragrance was perfected in the laboratory of Switzerland’s Givaudan.
“It has been 11 years since we
started with our first scent, Hinoki, and the admiration I have for Tyler and his creativity only grows
stronger. This is a great addition to our series and I have been wearing it all summer.”
Each element of Yoyogi’s packaging was created by monocle’s in-house design team. The design
and typography were overseen with the same sharp editorial eye that unites the magazine’s pages.
The tactile glass of the 50ml perfume bottle features monocle’s signature font and roundel.
INGREDIENTS: Cypress essence, English grass accord, Wormwood essence Roman Chamomile essence, Oakmoss extract, Thuja essence Patchouli coeur essence, Incense resinoid & Incense essence, Vetiver essence.
Find these and many many more CDG perfumes now in store!