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Monday
Nov102014

INVENTORY Magazine Issue 11 – FW14

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—01. Hiroki Nakamura by Mark Borthwick.

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Having produced ten issues of Inventory it felt like the right time to take a step back; to evolve things and present something fresh. This is exactly what Issue 11 represents. Alongside a new format and updated design, the Fall-Winter ’14 cover, shot by Mark Borthwick, features Hiroki Nakamura – creator and designer of seminal brand Visvim. Our eleventh edition also includes Oliver Payne, Margaret Howell, John Gluckow, Dover Street Market, Hirofumi Kurino, Naissance and Yohji Yamamoto, as well as contributions by Shin Murayama, Hanna Putz, Brian DeGraw and Gosha Rubchinskiy. At 224 pages and with launches planned in Tokyo, Los Angeles and Paris, among other cities, it's our most ambitious issue to date. Now available from Inventory, the magazine will be arriving at stockists around the world over the course of the next two weeks.

Available from Inventory

Tuesday
Sep102013

Visvim and WMV SS14 Preview

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—01. Photography by Dave Potes.

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Last week founder and designer Hiroki Nakamura brought his Visvim and WMV lines to New York, to present his latest offering for Spring-Summer '14, at Industria Studios, in the West Village. The light-filled space offered a first chance to see clothing, accessories and footwear from the highly desirable and influential Japanese brand, and while the offering focused more heavily on the women's WMV line, there was still plenty to see, touch and try on.

Visvim

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Thursday
Dec092010

01: New Issue

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—01. Early sketches of Inventory pages.

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It seems like the world of online magazines has expanded and grown well beyond what I ever imagined it would be like. However, I might argue that the best have all come from Canada, and 01 magazine follows suit. Their latest issue is filled with interviews, editorials and photo stories. Besides the interview with Visvim's Hiroki Nakamura, they also spoke to Chris Allen, who is largely responsible for the look and feel of Inventory magazine. The new online issue also has some great photography by Jennilee Marigomen, especially the shots from 'Kim's Closet'.

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Chris Allen Studio