Stones Throw frontman Peanut Butter Wolf (Chris Manak) has always had an affinity for Japan. So much so, that in 2018, he co-founded the now beloved Goldline record bar in Los Angeles’ Highland Park neighborhood. Following along this admiration for all things Japanese, the label has released a new collaborative capsule with UNION TOKYO.
Dubbed the Record Shop Collection, the capsule includes new t-shirts for Knxwledge, Sudan Archives, Peanut Butter Wolf and Charizma, as well as a premium 1973 logo hoodie in a washed charcoal colorway. For those looking to carry their wax and look good while doing it, DIGAWEL created a hand-crafted Stripe Shirt Jacket and Stripe Cargo Pant with zipper pockets that can fit a handful of 45s.
Alternatively, POTR (by Porter Yoshida) was tapped to create a 1973 Stripe Record Bag featuring a leather strap and a cork record mat. The Stones Throw x Union Tokyo Record Shop Collection released several days ago in Japan, but is also exclusively available at the label’s North American store.
In related news, New Balance’s Tokyo Design Studio is back with a comfy FW23 collection.
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