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gtmagazine:

The Real McCoy’s

The brainchild of Hitoshi Tsujimoto, The Real McCoys was the product of Mr Tsujimoto’s transition from vintage collector and dealer, to designer, recreating some of the classic military styles from his collection.

Backed by a core team of Japanese master craftsmen, The Real McCoys recreate the uninhibited, rational and innovative clothing of America in the 1940s and 1950s with an astonishing level of detail, focusing on American military apparel.

With a rich and varied pool of inspiration to draw from, overlooked details from Military history are given the recognition they deserve, from classic camouflage design, to forgotten graphics and ingenious pieces of functional design.

Serving as a fitting vehicle for this ode to a bygone era, each TRM piece is executed to the highest standard, from jersey tees constructed on traditional loop-wheeling machines, to heavy duty herringbone canvas and meticulously sourced hardware.

Online now, head to END Clothing’s The Real McCoys section to take a look at the first from this incredible Japanese imprint.

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qock:

Cadillac Mountain by Dave

qock:

Cadillac Mountain by

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tuukka13:

Ali Michael photographed for Bad Day No. 15.
Wearing a Brianna Capozzi Clear Bodysuit, J.W. Anderson Skirt and 3.1 Phillip Lim Shoes. 

tuukka13:

Ali Michael photographed for Bad Day No. 15.

Wearing a Brianna Capozzi Clear Bodysuit, J.W. Anderson Skirt and 3.1 Phillip Lim Shoes. 

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hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

he looked old for 14

“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”
― Pablo Picasso

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ejakulation:

Video stills from Givenchy, F/W 1999 

ejakulation:

Video stills from Givenchy, F/W 1999 

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vgjunk:

Ballade For Maria, PC-98.

vgjunk:

Ballade For Maria, PC-98.