It’s been more than four seasons that the streetwear / skate wear is back on trend.

Old glories are again under the lights fighting with new comers to be on the shelves of the hippest stores.

When looking at the new comers there’s some labels that are really doing thing well.

One of them is definitely Brain Dead.

Brain Dead is a Japanese creative collective that have hit the European market three seasons ago with a nice success.

With it’s disruptive, graphic-led approach, the Label takes its cues from post punk, underground comics, skateboarding and the spirit of subculture as a whole.


To watch and to buy with no moderation !







We are very excited to announce the future launch of our first Supra-Quintessence Collection.

For more than two years, we have travelled, met great people, learned, designed, with the goal to create our 01 Collection.

We had the desire to create clothes for our friends, the people who motivate us to do what we do. As designers, photographers, authors, and creators, they inspire us with their passion and work.

We designed our 01 Collection to fit into their lives by creating garments that are refined, hard-working and stylish.

The collection is made from timeless pieces that each one of us have, or should have in his wardrobe.

In 2001 we started to have a “Love Affaire” with Japan Culture.

Since then, we have a deep connection to the Culture and People of Japan. As a manifestation of this relationship and respect for Japan, our 01 Collection garments are constructed of only Japanese fabrics.

The Collection is entirely Made in Europe in very small Ateliers were Artisans took a very special care of our Products.

The 01 Collection will be available online as from September 01st.








Sophia Wallace (born 1978) is an American conceptual artist and photographer.
She is best known for her exhibit “CLITERACY”.

In 2012, Wallace has received international critical acclaim and viral exposure for CLITERACY, 100 NATURAL LAWS, “a project addressing citizenship and body sovereignty using the medium of text-based objects, unauthorized street installation, performance and sculptural forms.”
The project aims to “dismantle the taboos associated with female and feminized genitals.”

Since then, she’s selling what she call “warable Art” and we love it !