The two brands get together for a new limited edition candle.
Only five have been produced and the entire run will only be available in Japan.
A handsome new model from a Japanese watchmaker you might not have heard about.
The fashion editor and stylist releases a bold and colorful collection of aviators.
The Queens-based brand issues a trio of summer-ready specs.
The dial color is inspired by the Japanese crested ibis.
Each frame is manually-cut at Groover's factory in Yokohama.
Each frame combines Italian design with Japanese craftsmanship.
Each frame is handmade in the Japan's eyewear capital.
This all-titanium design will not only never go out of style but it will last forever too.
The 0200 is the company's first new movement since 2010.
The watch is based on their new Series 9 Design.
The two brands share a mutual affinity for military-inspired design.
The company launches a range of watches for United Arrows, Ships, Edifice, and Urban Research.
Only 200 pieces will be produced.
The designs are inspired by vintage military field watch designs.
The process involves a microbial fermentation process that uses plant-based feedstock.
Designed in California, handmade in Japan.
An exclusive collection of some of the world's rarest sweatshirts.
The frames are handcrafted in Sabae, Japan by the Light Co.
Each shoe is handmade out of Japanese steerhide.
A bold travel watch ready for your future adventures.