Silver magazine No.19 "Fahion & Style Spring 2023" (Releasing on 3/20)
The latest issue of Silver Magazine includes a special feature with a focus on the Cut & Sew product category from the visvim WMV SPRING AND SUMMER 2023 collection, titled, "Manufacturing that maintains a belief to seek out cultural significance."
Esquire The Big Black Book (October 15th Release)
The natural dye process known as "dorozome" (mud-dyeing) is used on many of the products made by visvim. The next issue of Esquire The Big Black Book releasing in October will include a special feature of styled looks that incorporate products which have been treated or finished with mud-dye alongside an in depth article and report from a visit to the workshop itself on Amami Oshima. Available for purchase at bookstores nationwide.
Silver Magazine No.17 "Future Primitive" (Releasing on 9/20)
The latest issue of Silver Magazine has a special feature titled "Craftsmanship for the future," which includes an interview with textile designer Masahiro Ohno of Nikke Textile who has developed fabrics with visvim for years alongside an in depth look at several tweed styles from the visvim WMV FALL AND WINTER 2022 Collection.
&Premium October Issue (On sale 20th August)
The theme of this month's &Premium is "the importance of encountering good books." Items from our upcoming FALL AND WINTER 2022 COLLECTION including rugby shirts from our WMV line will be featured in the issue, so we hope you pick up a copy.
POPEYE August Issue (July 9th Release)
The August issue of POPEYE magazine will feature a six-page spread of products from the visvim WMV FALL AND WINTER 2022 collection. The range of products being featured include those scheduled for release at the beginning of the upcoming season. We hope you enjoy this exclusive preview shown here be...
Silver magazine No.16 (June 20th Release)
The latest issue explores the question of "What is fundamental humanity?" by featuring things that are primitive and essential while pondering the theme of "Primitive & Traditional." To focus further on this topic, Hiroki Nakamura introduces us to "Primitive & Traditional" things in hi...