Moving into a bigger place usually signifies that you're all grown up and ready to put childish things behind...your bigger place, in the garage, where nobody can tell you what to do. Moving into a bigger place so they can start dealing in childish things, the new Centre, now hosting Atama.
Because expansion is good, Centre's moved to a much larger location, where they'll stock even more, oft-higher-class streetwear, and, on the second floor, provide space for their roommate Atama: a purveyor of Japanese-inspired, adult-friendly toys run by the same guy who managed the bygone pop-up from Kidrobot, not to be confused with Kidd Robot, who's been expertly programmed to say "Well, my teammates deserve all the credit". Prized on eBay for limited-edition status, their subversive vinyl figurines include Shawnanimal's mustachioed plush toys (naturally, one is a zombie), a collection of Dunnies (vaguely woodland creatures styled after everything from Vikings to bloodthirsty Aztec gods), Tokidoki's "Adios" (a cartoony grim reaper), and an angry little artist-designed creature called the Knucklebear, which even though it's a toy, is far less embarrassing than a knucklemoose. Meanwhile, new Centre offerings include coming-soon denim from Krew, Orisue and Naked & Famous, plus they've reserved enough space for a dedicated footwear room bursting with brands from Nike, to Supra, to Creative Recreation (again, something you should do in your garage).
There's also a display of Centre-branded New Era lids, as well as suddenly hot vintage snaphats from teams as varied as the Islanders, the Raiders, and the dearly departed Houston Oilers -- whose owner taught us that even when you're old, you can still express your feelings with a childish "I'm going to take my toys, and go".