After his launch in Japan and four successful seasons overseas, superstar DJ Steve Aoki decided to bring his brand, Dim Mak, stateside. But this was no normal runway show. To make his US debut Aoki built two half pikes in the venue space and skaters donned the skater-chic clothes as they took to the ramps. Houston based hammer band Mangchi, pounded away and kept the energy hard, fast and rough. J Balvin stopped by to check out the the show and he and everyone there was feeling the hype. The Fall/Winter 2017 collection was a collaboration with artist David Choe who hand painted many of the dusters and jackets. This show was unconventional, loud, and brilliant!