16 November 2022

Who. What. Where?

Welcome to HUNGER’s Who. What. Where? Your one-stop shop for all the latest and greatest upcoming events and releases. Whether you’re looking for your next injection of culture or just something to freshen up your wardrobe, you’ll only find the best of it here.

Kicking off this week’s Who. What. Where? is Japanese streetwear brand Supplier, who have recently released their first internationally available AW collection. The collection comprises a rhinestone puffer jacket, mohair knits, cargo co-ords, bomber jackets and a curation of faux fur hoodies and pullovers in autumnal hues. Taking heavy inspiration from the culture of American hip hop, this collection is a must for any streetwear connoisseur and is available to purchase online here.

Continuing on the AW goodness is a new collaboration between Baracuta and Junya Watanabe. Focusing on techno fashion couture, The two brands have come together to create a unique version of Baracuta’s G9 Harrington Jacket. The collector’s item is deconstructed in all its aspects and reassembled with varying fabrics – and the fit comes comfortably oversized. Although a few aspects of the jacket have been changed, some of Baracuta’s signature features are still present like the umbrella back yoke, classic two-button dog ear collar, raglan sleeves for extra movement, the iconic slanted pockets, and the internal pocket. The jacket is available in Black and will only be available in the Eye, Comme de Garçon, and Watanabe stores as well as through Baracuta’s website.

Next up, we’ve got an exciting collaboration between visual artist J. Demsky and Ballantine’s, the world’s second-largest Scotch Whiskey. For this collab, the pair come together to celebrate experimentation and explore new perspectives through the launch of a new limited edition bottle. Staying true to his style and ethos of invoking experimentation and new dimensions through his artwork, the Ballantine’s x J. Demsky limited edition design symbolises self-exploration and endless possibilities. The limited bottle is available to purchase here.

Finally, we have The North Face, who recently released their latest NSE collection in collaboration with artist Alfie Kungu. The collection reinterprets beloved classics and new season pieces emblazoned with Kungu’s distinctive custom art, which mirrors the parallels between the urban and natural worlds. Pieces include revamped classics such as the Rusta Puffer, Gartha Microfleece Pants, Seasonal Denali Fleece, and Fleeski Street Bucket Hat and Etip Gloves. The NSE collection is available to purchase now on The North Face website and in select stores.

  • Writer Chris Saunders

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