by Stephen Garner

Los Angeles-based streetwear brand Stampd has teamed up with celebrated chef Nobu Matsuhisa on a new partnership.

A meeting of mediums through food, design, art, and manufacturing Matsuhisa and Stampd designer Chris Stamp have come together for an ongoing collaborative collection. The first pieces from this collection drops today on Nobu’s birthday, March 10th.

Silhouettes include Stampd’s signature ‘perfect’ fit and ‘relaxed’ tees, with the coined ‘Beverly Hills Sushi Club’ and ‘Magic of Matsuhisa’ prints. To complement the shirts are two hats: a Stampd Matsuhisa Sport cap and a Beverly Hills Sushi Club trucker hat. Prices range from $85 on the tees to $75 on the hats and the collection will be only produced in very limited quantities.

Since 2011, Stamp has paid homage to California cool with minimalist designs and consistent high-quality construction. He has partnered with an array of globally influential artists and brands, including a four-season long athletic collaboration with Puma, a namesake capsule collection with Ikea, design projects with contemporary artist Daniel Arsham and a limited-edition surf collaboration with American graffiti artist Futura. Stamp has made a name for himself and his brand as a reliable source of everyday luxury for men – and now for women. Today, the creative director is focused on expanding the Stampd brand, residing between both the West and East coasts.