Monday, 25 June 2012

Simeon Farrar x Japan x Black Score #Fashion # Art

Image © Simeon Farrar - Japanese Red Cross T-Shirt, 2011

If you read my recent interview with British designer Simeon Farrar for the Huffington Post UK's Style section, then you'll know how much I love his fusion of fashion x art (if you missed it, head HERE). 
So check out these latest promo vids of the designer in Japan, where he visited two of his brand's most loyal stores. Shot by filmmaker Richard Lonsdale, Farrar visits the Villa Rouge boutique in Nagoya, who were one of the first buyers of his debut collection at London Fashion Week - where he installed and painted a rainbow shed as part of an in-store pop-up shop come exhibition of his archive of prints from the past 8 years:

Farrar also visited the Johnbull store in Harajuku, a Japanese denim and multi-brand store, where he printed over 200 limited-edition tees as part of a charity fundraiser. The designer previously collaborated with the store in 2011 after the Japan earthquake - reworking his iconic 'Kate Mouse' tee to raise funds for the Japanese Red Cross.

And finally in the world of Farrar, as exclusively announced in my interview with the Huff Post, the designer has launched his latest organic fashion venture - new label Blackscore - a collection of punk/skate-inspired tees. I'm all over this label already, and now I present to you the latest tee I'll be rockin' about town courtesy of Simeon...

Meet 'Tattoo You' aka 'Tat Girl'. I LOVE HER!!!

Image © Simeon Farrar / Black Score, 2012


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