STUSSY “STANDARD LINE” 2014 Spring Vol.1


1980年に誕生以来、ストリートブランドのパイオニアとしてワールドワイドに成長を遂げてきたSTUSSYが、2013 Spring/Summerからスタートした”スタンダードライン”。ブランドの原点である”MADE IN USA”に拘ったものづくりに立ち返り、これまでの長い歴史の中で生み出されたカルチャーを背景に、今の時代のニュースタンダードになり得るアイテムを展開していく。

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