Virgil Abloh and Takashi Murakami took over the Gagosian in Los Angeles to present their new exhibition titled “America Too.” The opening for the show had the likes of Travis Scott, Kid Cudi and more in attendance as viewers packed the gallery.
Kanye West took to his twitter to make an abrupt announcement which simply read “TOUR.” This was followed by a link to his website which revealed his next showcase. In just three months, West will amass 32 shows in North America, kicking off in Indianapolis on August 25th. Ye will make appearances in 21 states, … Continue reading Kanye West Announces ‘Saint Pablo’ Tour
Ever since HUMAN MADE’s inception not too long ago, the aesthetic values of vintage Americana have always been integral to the brand’s identity. If we understand BAPE to be Nigo’s parody of the complacency of Japanese adolescence, as well as the masculinity of American hip-hop, then perhaps we ought understand HUMAN MADE in contrast as … Continue reading Human Made Spring/Summer ’16
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who love Tory Lanez and those who don’t know about him yet. While Tory Lanez’ hundreds of thousands online followers and current sold-out North American tour gives us an estimated count of the latter, this number marks only the beginning. Lanez, birthname Argentino Fargo, is the … Continue reading Artist Series: Tory Lanez
Nigo revolutionized streetwear in the late ’90s with Japan at its center point, so it is no surprise that the designer would go in the complete opposite direction for Human Made. As a self-proclaimed vintage collector, Nigo references his personal collection of vintage Americana heritage workwear as well as old American advertisements. The vision behind … Continue reading RSVP Gallery for Human Made Autumn/Winter ’15