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Hypebeast

With a dedicated team focused on the progression of fashion through visual inspirations and the provision of knowledge, HYPEBEAST's devotion and commitment has made it one of the premiere online destinations for editorially driven commerce and news. Spanning a comprehensive range of both styles and brands, from streetwear to high-end and from established to well-known, the HYPEBEAST editorial team has sought to make a positive contribution to one of culture's most important creative mediums.

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Print Magazine

Introduced print to the market, immortalizing the publication's web presence onto a tangible quarterly release sold in bookstores worldwide. 

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Hypebeast x Puma Dim Sum Project

Hong Kong’s rich and vibrant landscape has forever held the cultural pillar of food close to its heart. With the ebb and flow of a fast-paced, bustling city, eating out and eating well are what’s important to its inhabitants. In collaboration with PUMA, we look towards these inherently important facets of Hong Kong culture; food and namely dim sum act as a design inspiration.

Hypebeast for Levi’s® Denim Canvas Project

In the fashion world, the idea of collaboration has been overused and recycled time and time again. But in our eyes, there still exist many exciting opportunities to collaborate and rethink how two parties should join forces. In our Denim Canvas project with Levi's®, we asked two partnering talents -- largely unknown to one another and without prior relationships -- to come up with reappropriations on some of Levi's® most iconic pieces such as the Trucker Jacket, the 501® jean and the Western Shirt. Each pair was given just one day without any prior planning to put together a unique concept and apply it as such on a Levi's® icon. Featuring U.S. Alteration founder Miggy Garcia and Jay Palmer of Tangleblue.