Nobu Matsuhisa and STAMPD Release Third Installment of Ongoing Collab

Nobu founder Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and STAMPD continue their ongoing collaboration commemorating the Nobu empire’s first restaurant which opened in Beverly Hills. Serving a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, Nobu restaurants now boasts international acclaim spanning 40 locations across five continents.

The third collaborative installment brings back mainstay pieces and introduces new silhouettes and colorways. T-shirt options come in two relaxed and fitted iterations of black and white. The relaxed tees feature “Beverly Hills Sushi Club” text with chopsticks graphics and the fitted “perfect” tees feature subtle co-branding in the front and a barcode, food iconography, and Matsuhisa graphics on the back.

Following the introduction of a black letterman jacket in the debut release, this installment reveals a tan/white version of the embroidered jacket featuring a wool body and contrasting leather sleeves. Also newly available are black cotton “Beverly Hills Sushi Club” hoodies and sweatshirts. Finally,  a 6-panel sports cap and a 5-panel trucker hat are available in black with white embroidery.

The collection ranges from $75 to $495 USD and is now available on the STAMPD website.

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