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Poggy’s 2G Recruits Graphpaper for Minimalist Hajime Sorayama Collaboration

If Poggy‘s 2G boutique is known for anything, it’s constant collaborations. Daniel Arsham and Hajime Sorayama are two frequent co-conspirators, both partnering with the always-busy creative for frequent apparel drops, collaborative BE@RBRICKs and even art shows. The latter is reuniting with Poggy for another round of special apparel, this time masterminded by minimalist Japanese brand Graphpaper.

Styled alongside Sorayama’s recent Mizuno collaboration, the apparel fits neatly into Graphpaper’s purview. Fine broadcloth shirts, bespoke wool gabardine trousers and slow-knitted T-shirts are all executed in baggy, oversized cuts that inform the fashion label’s own output, elevated here by minimized renderings of Sorayama’s work. Minute prints of “Sexy Robot” figures grace the jackets, shirts, tees and pants, complete with thematic text that reiterate the love for Sorayama that inspired Graphpaper founder Takayuki Minami to initially organize this joint effort.

2G Tokyo’s website and Parco outpost will launch Graphpaper’s exclusive Hajime Sorayama capsule on February 13.

In the meantime, familiarize yourself with Graphpaper’s mainline Spring/Summer 2021 collection.

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