Shepard Fairey tends to love working in cities that are not necessarily the mainstream, and if anything, wanton for new inspiration and ideas in the midst of various urban detritus. His upcoming mural project and show in Detroit is one such example. Before heading out with his crew to tackle a 180-foot by 60-foot mural […]
Shepard Fairey Receives Honorary Doctorate from Pratt Institute, Launches Detroit Mural Project
Japan Relief Efforts Sprouting Up Across Youth Culture Industrie-Here’s a Round-up of What’s Taking Shape
There many ways that people are springing into action to help relief efforts in Japan. Here’s the start of what will be an on-going round-up.
Imprint Culture Lab Sponsored by Bread & Butter Brings Out the”Cult” in Pop Culture
With topics ranging from the Cult of Gaming, Cult of Transportation, Cult of Fashion Collaboration, and Cult of Crafts, this was a must-attend event for anyone working in the industries of pop (cult)ure. Part 1.
Japan’s Retail Warrior Uniqlo Steps-up Its Digital Shopping Integration on Its Way to Becoming”The New Gap but Different” -Label Networks Profile Data on the Store/Retailer Quantifies How Success Came to Be
It’s not unusual that the highly popular store and brand Uniqlo, originally out of Japan and now quickly taking over key cities as most-liked shopping destination among 13-30-year-olds in North America, would work fast in creating a digital lifestyle and shopping experience for the brand overall.
Expansion Revamp of Young Men’s Retail Shibuya 109-2 for the Onii-Kei Guy Indicates Growing Market for Rocker Looks Importance of Street Fashion -Label Networks’ Japan Data Reveals Top Stores for Young Men
Often what takes place in major Japanese retailers is an indication of where things are changing and how U.S. retailers may need to react in the future. With the expansion and revamp now of the popular Shibuya-2 store for young men, two whole new floors have been revamped to offer up high-end street fashion styles for the growing marketplace of rock-inspired men’s styles.