• BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE
  • BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE

BARNZLEY - 'clipjoints' S/S TEE

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BARNZLEY

Founder of the shirt label [Wemblex]In 1988, the United Kingdom's Second Summer of Love Movement broke out in the spring and by the summer it became a social phenomenon throughout the United Kingdom.In fact, there is a magazine that seems to have predicted Its arrival. That magazine is the iD Magazine combined issue of December 1987 and January 1988.The smiley face artwork on the cover was produced in November 1987. The artwork design was created by Barnzly - who was an iD stylist at the time and then went on to make the CHANEL No. 5 (exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum), Hermes and Gucci bootleg T-shirts which were popular in the UK and Japan in 1987.At the time, now well known brands like Hermes and Gucci were very unpopular and they were ''dead'' on the street.However, thanks to the influence of New York hip-hop culture, bootleg T-shirts were created and then bootlegged and released by Barnzly in 2018.Barnzly, taking over the context of Malcolm McLaren, was engaged in Acupuncture in 1993, Lowrider London in 1997, Zolter the Maginificient in 2002, A Child of Jago in 2007, Thunders UK in 2015, Wemblex in 2018 and Wemblex in 2019 - the “Living London Street Culture” and was involved with .wave Institute and others.The exchange between UK and Japan runs deep and many collaborations are still continuing to this day.

Founder of the shirt label “Wemblex”. In 1988, Britain's Second Summer of Love movement broke out in the spring and became a social phenomenon throughout the UK in the summer. In fact, there is a magazine that seems to have predicted its arrival. iD magazine December 1987 January 1988 combined issue. The smiley face artwork on the cover was created in November 1987. The design was by Barnsley, iD's stylist at the time, who popularized CHANEL No.5 (exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum), Hermes, and Gucci bootleg T-shirts in 1987 in the UK and Japan. At that time, Hermes and Gucci weren't cool brands at all, and to be fair, they were "dead" on the street. These bootleg T-shirts made from the perspective of the NY hip-hop culture context were bootlegged by the head family and released in 2018. Continuing the context of Malcolm McLaren, Barnsley went to Acupuncture in 1993, Lowrider London in 1997, Zolter the Maginificient in 2002, A Child of Jago in 2007, Thunders UK in 2015, Wemblex in 2018 and 2019. "Living London Street Culture" involved in .wave Institute. The exchange with Japan is also deep, and many collaborations are still ongoing.

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