Wacko Maria

After retiring from J-League soccer, long-time friends Keji Ishizuka and Atsuhiko Mori translated their shared love for American art into the Tokyo music bar ROCK STEADY, an idea that eventually blossomed into men’s streetwear label Wacko Maria. Often described as a combination of Supreme and Tom Ford, Wacko Maria reworks vintage American garments like military jackets, Hawaiian shirts, and knit cardigans using Japanese craftsmanship. To add their magic touch, the brand then redefines the pieces with unique graphics in everything from casual wear to tailoring. Along with recognizable patterns and products, the brand is also easily identifiable by the words “GUILTY PARTIES,” and “PARADISE TOKYO,” both names that act as a homage to the Japanese district Nakameguro. Like many Japanese brands influenced by American art and culture, Wacko Maria’s pieces often include controversial imagery and text, accents that provide a striking contrast to otherwise traditional pieces.

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