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REGGAE ARTIST : RICHIE STEPHENS @UNIT TOKYO

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Saturday 28th may 2016

RICHIE STEPHENS from Jamaica

ACKEE & SALTFISH
CHELSEA MOVEMENT
SOUL VIBES from Canada
Red-i from Philippines
Dj justo from Canada
NAOKI IENAGA
GanaGana
Double-H from Jammers Record
OISO ROCKERS with RAS KANTO
and More!!

CHARGE:2,500YEN / OPEN 21:00
START [SALOON 22:00 / UNICE 23:00 / UNIT 24:00]

@UNIT DAIKANYAMA TOKYO

TECHNO / HARD TECHNO PARTY : FIX @R Lounge Shibuya Tokyo - 05/28

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Saturday 28th may 2016

FIX 22

TOKYO'S FINEST FUNKY / HARD TECHNO PARTY " FIX " !!
DJ SHINKAWA, K.N.を筆頭に豪華なDJラインアップがお届けするハイクオリティーなテクノサウンドと共に、ダンスとライブペイントが加わった3つの異なるアートが融合するオンリーワンなテクノパーティー★ 4周年を目前と控えた今回のFIXは、数多くのパーティーにてプレイし長年に渡りパリピから絶大な人気を誇り支持され続けている UPPER & FUNKY LONDON STYLE DJ, "YO-C" をゲストに迎え開催!!

SPECIAL GUEST DJ :
YO-C

FIX DJs:
SHINKAWA
K.N.
eckoz
YUSUKE
MACAVOY
GoGos:
TOKYO★PARTY TIME

LIVE PAINT:
SPILTINK
Tadao Watanabe

R Lounge
宇田川町4-7 トーセン宇田川ビル6F&7F, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0042

11 PM - 5:30 AM

DRUM N BASS PARTY : JUNGLE SCAPE vs TERRAFORMING @ heavysick ZERO TOKYO - 05/28

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Saturday 28th may 2016

KAIZAN RECORDS PRESENTS
JUNGLE SCAPE vs TERRAFORMING


B1 MAIN FLOOR
SPECIAL GUEST DJ
Skynet (Underfire , Audio Blueprint , Moving Shadow)
DJ
KEN (HANGOVER)
SHK (KAIZAN RECORDS)
OPERATOR (TERRAFORMING)
RYUMA
SYUSU
MC
D2 (KAIZAN RECORDS)
ENCE (MOST MCS)
MICHEL (NJUP)
VJ
CH17

B2 FLOOR
DJ
HAVISHMASH
XEN
SHINTARO
KONAN
DAVE MIXTURE
SAKO

Live painting by the Spilt Ink

@heavysick ZERO

DOOR:3000YEN / 1D W/F:2500YEN / 1D
From 11pm till late

RUKUS by yasuhiro tomita x Noble Punishment S/S COLLECTION 2016

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photograhpy // hironori sakunaga
models // UMPEI, HARUKA, YUKINA, MOE SHIMURA, YOSHIMI, TOKUYA, YO AOI, RUI SATO, Liya GumerovaMobile, Maria Mishchenko, Alexandra Mirneva, Serena Rajavuori
Make up // B-STAFF + Maki Okamoto
Hair // YAYOI
Runway Decor // FortoVV
We support // 一般社団法人日本筋ジストロフィー協会

Kiko Mizuhara Graces the Cover of 'i-D Japan''s Inaugural Magazine

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Leading fashion culture purveyor i-D expands its global empire with its first Japanese magazine. Enlisting the help of renowned Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki and longtime i-D collaborator and stylist Erika Kurihara, the magazine’s inaugural issue is dubbed “The Future of Japan” and features a cover with none other than Kiko Mizuhara. The Japanese-American model, actress, singer, designer, and personality is of American and Zainichi Korean descent (ethnic Koreans in Japan) and has become one of the most recognizable faces in Asia. Stories in this edition also cover talents like Fumi Nikaido, Nijiro Murakami, Liccaxx, Kid Fresino, Nana Komatsu, Nakajyo Ayami and more to cater to all things fashion culture in the Land of the Rising Sun.

from Hypebeast

A Closer Look At The Fashion School That Produced Some of Japan's Most Celebrated Designers

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Emerging from an economic and industrial boom in Japan in the 1960s, Japanese designers found inspiration in the fusion of Asian silhouettes with European folklore and American pop culture. The approach of emphasizing an admiration for traditional Japanese art as well as the forms and ideologies of modernism produced some of the world’s most celebrated avant-garde designers such as Kenzo Takada, Rei Kawakubo, and Yohji Yamamoto. They’re all credited to having created and established the Japanese aesthetic in global fashion. Their cultural impact also challenged the silhouettes seen in past womenswear designs.

Another thing all these designers, along with names like Hiroko Koshino, Junya Watanabe and Jun Takahashi, have in common? Their roots can be traced back to Bunka Fashion College. Business of Fashion is taking a closer look at the school’s unique approach to fashion education that makes it unlike any other fashion institution in the world. Professor Sanae Kosugi, dean of Bunka…

Sean Malto Skates Tokyo in Skullcandy Wireless Grind Headphones

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Pro skater Sean Malto has linked with Skullcandy to launch the brand’s wireless headphone debut. The performance and lifestyle audio company has incorporated Bluetooth technology and a 12-hour battery life to one of their most popular headphone styles, the Grind. Made of premium materials, the lightweight and durable metal headband is offered in a variety of colorways and comes equipped with plush on-ear cushions with the right ear cup featuring a microphone, call and volume controls.

You can purchase the wireless GRIND headphones from its UK site for 70 GBP along with its US online store for $90 USD.



from Hypebeast

JPS GALLERY Booth at ART FAIR TOKYO 2016

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JPS GALLERY Booth at ART FAIR TOKYO 2016. Featuring art from Ron English, Emilio Garcia... And some other stuff from Other galleries.

LATELIER TOKYO STUDIO

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This is lateliertokyo 's studio !!!

The New H BEAUTY & YOUTH Tokyo Store

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An extension to BEAUTY & YOUTH UNITED ARROWS, H BEAUTY & YOUTH officially opened in Aoyama as a new retail hub led under the vision of Poggy. Based on the concept of “City Man and Woman,” the store is equipped with luxury sporting goods, street-ready apparel and more dapper options. Stretching across 1,300 square meters over three floors, Japan’s C.E is placed next to Paris’ Futur, while the likes of Ray-Ban, Rolex and KOCHE are on show across from a limited range of news styles from New Balance, Nike and adidas Originals. Located in the basement of the Slice Pizza Shop, the space is also inviting to food enthusiasts who’ll enjoy the modern decor courtesy of artwork from Chris Lux, MADSAKI, yang02 and custom designs by Eric Elms. Be sure to check out H BEAUTY & YOUTH on your next visit to Tokyo.

H BEAUTY & YOUTH
3-14-17 Minami-Aoyama,
Minato-ku, Tokyo

TOGA Releases Exclusive Items for Its Pop-Up at the PARK・ING GINZA

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In anticipation of its pop-up week-long at the PARK・ING GINZA, TOGA unveils a range of exclusive items including tees, bags and footwear. Graphic T-shirts from the label’s TOGA Odds&Ends sub-line are offered alongside a collaboration with Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design and a limited edition take on SUICOKE’s DEPA V-2 sandal. The Tokyo brand has also included a tote bag and a camo-clad helmet bag. With prices ranging from ¥6,000 JPY (approximately $57 USD) to ¥34,000 JPY (approximately $321 USD), you can purchase all the items at PARK・ING GINZA starting May 7.



from Hypebeast