Casio G-SHOCK collaborates with NYC graffiti artist STASH on the GA-100ST model, covering it in a black tonal version of the famous caps motive with blue speckles all over. STASH’s logo is embossed in the metal bottom of the watch and it comes in a customized spray can box. Limited to 150 pieces in Germany & Austria.
Watch STASH reminisce about G-SHOCKS in the video below.
The Casio G-SHOCK x STASH GA-100ST will be available in limited numbers from May 6th @ 0.01 AM online on www.mrqt.net
X-Large teams up with japanese Artist Hajime Sorayama, mostly known for his sexy approaches to robots. Female silhouettes with sexy curves, instead of bulky, muscular robots are part of the designs, as well as his version of the OG Gorilla logo. Watch him explain how it came to the collab and what inspired him, in the video below.
For the Gosha F/W ’17 show in Kaliningrad (the first in Russia since 2009) models from all over the country replied to the open casting. INRUSSIA, an alternative platform from Moscow, met three of the chosen ones: Andrej, Ivan & Kirill. APART gives you an insight on their views and attitudes, and follows them at home and during their preparations for the show.
For their latest drop Stüssy delivers a broad variety of graphic tees with colored prints, pigment dyed tees, beachpants, graphic shirts and basic sleeves. Satin and denim jackets fulfill the introduction to this years Spring/Summer collection. Browse through the different styles via www.mrqt.net/stussy or instore in our MRQT boutique.
As always Tyrone Lebon shot an editorial, capturing Stüssy’s aesthetic for this season.
For their holiday collection 16/17 Born & Raised deliver us their first Cut & Sew collection. They follow their roots with big, bold prints and their famous logo on mostly cream, burgundy and black pieces. All items are made in the USA.
We compiled some of our favorite fall/winter 2016 looks from our current brand portfolio at MRQT, including Our Legacy, Gosha Rubchinskiy, 11 by BBS, Stüssy, Libertine-Libertine, Le-Fix, Second Layer, Norse Projects, Raf Simons x Fred Perry and Maharishi.
All pictures are taken by L.A. based photographer Daniel Regan.