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Seventy Four Summer/Fall 2013

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Lookbook for Japan/LA label Seventy Four‘s summer/fall 2013 collection, more of that garage-styled simplicity that makes the line so appealing. Feeling the first few looks in this series especially, and click over to see the pieces from this collection.

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Seventy Four Fall/Winter 2012





Here are a selection of looks from Seventy Four‘s fall/winter 2012 collection, keeping it real trill as per usual. Koji Shimizu has always done justice to his vision of California streetwear and this season is no exception, tough denim and check print pieces being the focal point. I also really like the new Sally Ann logo flip as well, super tight… more after the jump.

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Seventy Four Summer/Fall 2012

New collection from Koji Shimizu’s Seventy Four label, more tough LA/JP basics for summer/fall 2012. Always feel 74, never too deep in ‘workwear’ per se with lots of Cali mechanic influence and Japanese street tailoring. Solid collection all the way through, more after the jump.

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Seventy Four Autumn/Winter 2011

 

 

 

 

Seventy Four is back with this a/w 2011 collection, another great run from the super solid NA/JP hybrid label. A lot of great takes on classic pieces here, nothing too out of the ordinary, just bang-on color combos, cuts, and overall styling. The name of this collection appears to be Powered By Junk, which appears on a few of the pieces, and I’m really feeling the ‘junk’ hoodie featured above. Workwear with just the right tweaks, click though for more.

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Seventy Four Spring/Summer 2011

Koji Shimizu’s Tokyo-based Seventy Four put together this short lookbook for their spring/summer ’11 collection, inspired by the LA lifestyle Shimizu embraced during his 10+ years living in California. Considering the label’s motto is ‘Built Tough,’ the lookbook does justice to the vintage/workwear aesthetic, featuring a whole lot of denim mixed in with some cotton basics pieces. I generally appreciate Tokyo’s high-street take on anything American, so this is a win… more after the jump.

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