This week, The Dropcast coming at you from Tokyo, Japan, talking about the launch of our latest platform: highsnobiety.jp. Joining hosts Jeff Carvalho and Jian DeLeon is Highsnobiety founder David Fischer. We talk about Japan’s lifelong influence on the publication, and how much money we plan to spend on gear while we’re here. We also talked with NOAH founder Brendon Babenzien about Tokyo leading the charge in flex-worthy purchases per capita, and some insight on our collaborative tee with the brand.

Speaking of which, we also announce the winners of last week’s trivia contest, and giving out a few tees from our recent Highsnobiety Japan T-shirt capsule collection, which features designers like Noah, N. Hoolywood, A Bathing Ape, ACRONYM, Pleasures, Richardson, and Civilist. Herr Fischer also tells you where to cop our upcoming Wave Rider Phoenix sneaker collaboration with Mizuno RB Line, and shares his very informed opinion on some of the latest drops and news, from Chris Stamp’s IKEA collaboration to the black YEEZY 500. They also take a look at Guess Jeans U.S.A & Sean Wotherspoon’s “Farmer Market” collection.

As always, we welcome your comments, feedback, and perspectives on the Dropcast Hotline. So give us a ring at 833-HIGHSNOB. That’s 833-444-4766. Call us now!

For further information on each topic discussed in the podcast, check out relevant links below:

Watch High End: Our Documentary on Luxury Weed

Highsnobiety Japan Launches April 26, 2018

Highsnobiety Is Dropping 8 T-Shirt Collaborations, Here’s How to Cop

Virgil Abloh Is Unveiling a Sneak Peak of the IKEA x Off-WHITE Collab

The STAMPD x IKEA SPÄNST Collection Is One for Streetwear Fanatics

Here’s How to Buy the Mizuno x Highsnobiety Wave Rider Phoenix

The YEEZY 500 in Black Has Been Officially Confirmed

A Closer Look at GUESS Jeans U.S.A. & Sean Wotherspoon’s “Farmer’s Market” Collection

After listening to the latest episode of ‘The Dropcast,’ be sure to revisit our previous episode about Drake considering leaving Nike for adidas.


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