Stussy and Vans bring together their most favored motifs for a new collection this season. Taking to the classic throwback silhouettes of Vans’ Vault collection, Stussy has outfitted the OG Era LX, OG Style 36 LX, and OG Sk8-Hi LX with three distinct patterns from their prolific canon. Shawn Stussy’s original “Tom Tom” pattern from the 1980′s is executed on the Style 36 shoe, complimented with neon green striping and beige suede at the tongue and toecap. The Era LX gets treated with Stussy’s punk ‘Bones’ pattern across the entire upper, contrasted by vibrant sky blue at the interior and leather heel panel. Finally, the OG Sk8-Hi LX sees its own hallmark checkering mixed with Stussy’s infamous 8 Ball print, interrupted by a bold red sidestripe. All three pieces will release in June at worldwide Stussy chapters, as well as select Vans Vault retailers
Japan’s Beauty & Youth joined forces with streetwear purveyors Stussy to work on a small capsule collection for the Spring/Summer 2014 season. The lineup sees a range of T-shirts, both available in a black and white colorway, adorned by front and back prints set in Stussy’s distinct typeface. Additional items include a short-sleeved crewneck sweater, bucket hat, and a pair of custom Beauty & Youth Naomi shades. Look for the entire collection to drop at United Arrows and online on the coming weeks.
For those who visited a Stussy Chapter Store before, this is definitely a familiar sight. After getting customers’ requests for a number of years, Stussy finally made the decision to have their signature “Welcome” Door Mat available for purchase. A staple of all Stussy Chapter Stores, the 29.5-inch by 19.5-inch mat is all-natural and made for coco palm fibers. Stenciled with raised “Welcome” lettering in the iconic Stussy script, the mat is now available through Stussy online store as well as select Stussy Chapter Store worldwide.
Stussy and Converse renew their longstanding relationship, following this spring’s Japan-only Stussy Deluxe CX-PRO OX drop with a trio of high-top Chuck Taylor All Stars for Autumn Winter 2013. Available in black, purple and red colourways, the collaborative release sees the iconic kicks with premium croc-embossed tumbled leather upper, woven Stussy No. 4 tongue labels and an icy outsole highlighting Stussy’s interlocking “SS” branding. Completing the package are cushy custom insoles for superior comfort. This season’s Stussy x Converse collaboration is due to be available exclusively at Stussy chapters and the brand’s online store for $85 USD each beginning this Saturday, November 16.
The highly anticipated Stussy and A Bathing Ape “Ill Collaboration” collection has finally been revealed. With a strong “retro” feel and references to decades past, the large selection of outerwear consists of a thick leather-sleeved varsity jacket, a rain jacket with a stunning beige or black desert camo, and the return of the heavily coveted shark hoodie with a newly modified Stussy print on the left hemisphere. T-shirts with iconic designs and logos belonging to both companies prove their domination in the graphic tee game. Selvedge denim, caps, a bandana, and sleek shades round out this strong release set to be available at both Stussy and A Bathing Ape retail stores very soon.
Collaborating with basics mainstay Champion, Stussy releases the heavy weighted Army T-Shirt that sports the former brand’s patented Reverse Weave ARMY logo on front. Weighing in at 9.4 oz, the apparel piece boasts high durability while not overloading itself with street print – an ample aesthetic and feel for the given theme. The Stussy x Champion Army T-Shirt comes in four colourways consisting of navy, black, grey and white, and can be found at the Stussy Japan webstore.
Two streetwear heavyweights from different parts of the fashion spectrum come together for this collaboration between Stussy and mastermind JAPAN. Mostly T-shirts with a few accessories as well as a couple of shirts the collection comes in mastermind JAPAN’s signature black and white and features the mastermind JAPAN skull and crossbones logo alongside the Stussy signature logo. Highlights include the grey denim with subtle details throughout and the white button down with repeated logo motif across the back.
With each consecutive collection, the range of Stussy apparel has developed better and better since its early years — each season adopting new styles and venturing into newer garment executions. For Autumn Winter 2012 the Stussy MFG range debuts a military-inspired MA1 Jacket that is mocked up in olive or black. Initially developed in the 1950s, the MA1 jacket taps the bomber jacket roots with both a classic execution as well as in two iconic colorways. Manufactured from a 100% nylon shell, the jacket features a bold orange interior lining, a zip front, snap button front pockets and is rounded out by a Stussy MFG embroidery tag near the lower cuffed hem.
Pushing the boundaries of collaboration a little further than the norm, Stussy Japan has partnered with Honda for a one-off CRF250L motorbike. This dirt bike is an all-rounder that can be used on the streets and will feel comfortable on dirt tracks as well. Japanese motorcycle tuning garage Thruxton was given the responsibility to customize this bike. Unfortunately, this item is not for sale, but it is currently on display at Stussy Harajuku Chapter, followed by Osaka Minami Chapter, beginning mid-September. To commemorate the collaboration project, Stussy will be dropping a pair of t-shirts at the participating Stussy stores in Japan.
Stussy and Incase have been working on a capsule collection, and the secret project was revealed to the public at the newly opened Stussy Berlin Chapter. The comprehensive collection merges the strengths of both brands, with products consisting of apparel, headwear, bags, earphones, and iPhone protector cases.