• In 2008, MMVIII had their early start with simple t-shirt designs, but they have grown substantially past this into a full streetwear brand. Since this transition, MMVIII has only witness great growth and acceptance into the fashion realm. Today, they have earned the GoodGarbs Tuesday Discovery.
For Spring/Summer 2015, the Vancouver-based brand has unveiled a highly focused collection of casual staples inspired by the current Heisei era in Japan. The range of hoodies, tees, and sportswear-inspired pants is dominated by the color black. Geometric graphics, pops of orange, and a trippy stripe motif add a little flavor to the line, but not so much that it loses the minimalist appeal we’ve seen in the past. In addition to the clothing, the brand has also delivered a simple hat with clean branding, as well as a bold-patterned drawstring backpack. This event was photographed by Ian Lanterman and graphics by Mark Bulford and a huge shout out to models Marcus Scott & Jenny Choi.
Enjoy The LookBook below.