FPAR unveil Spring Summer 2016 A predecessor to his now-iconic WTaps label, when Tetsu Nishiyama launched Forty Percents Against Rights in 1993 it was one of the first ever streetwear brands, emblazoning t-shirts and stock apparel pieces with political statements and guerrilla messaging. A precursor to many of the labels that now define the streetwear landscape, the brand’s revival in 2013 captured the essence of the … Continue reading

Recap: a number of names* presents: HYPEBEAST “The Alliance Issue” Launch Last night all of the London cool kids came out to play when the anumberofnames* store announced they were having a launch party in conjunction with the new HYPEBEAST release. We arrived 15 minutes after the start time and already the store was half full, with everyone cramming around the tables trying to grab and … Continue reading

a number of names* presents: Midnight Studios SS15 a number of names* presents Midnight Studios SS15 ‘Something Else’ Collection which is now available from the new a number of names* store & webstore http://store.anumberofnames.org a number of names* has created the lookbook around the collection both imagery and the video. The video is available to view: https://vimeo.com/131085651 Midnight Studios appeared to ANON* through friendship and … Continue reading

A Number Of Names* x Ebbets Field Flannels Collab For the first time ever, a number of names* has collaborated with Ebbets Field Flannels to create ANON logo hats available for the public to buy and not just for friends and family, as usual.  The font used for the hat was first used in 2011, when it was introduced to the company by Scott King … Continue reading

A Number Of Names* announces Flagship Store ANON are opening their own retail store, a number of names*. It will be a flagship store in London which is opening soon. It will be the only shop of its kind in the UK, a select store operated by a distribution company. More information on the store to follow this month. Watch this space for further updates…. … Continue reading