Updated: Sep 1
Here's what's got us talking this week...
Feng Chen Wang x Crocs
Crocs has unveiled a limited-edition collection with designer Feng Chen Wang. The collaboration reinterprets two of Crocs' iconic silhouettes – the Siren Clog and the Echo Clog - drawing inspiration from the Chinese brand’s deconstructed yet functional and unisex aesthetic. The Echo clog offers a removable ankle cuff, which converts the clog silhouette into a short stacked boot.
Picante x Crisp W6
Picante is inviting its community for great meals by partnering with local pizza joint Crisp W6. The takeaway-turned-restaurant combines classic Italian recipes with thin NYC-style slices, elevated by premium British ingredients. The merchandise range embraces community and tasty food.
Selene Sari Air-Purifying Speaker
London-based designer Selene Sarı has created an air-purifier called Vox Aeris that is also designed to work as a speaker. The device's dual-purpose is the result of three modes of operation: a cleaning mode, a listening mode and a Vox mode, which not only plays music but also cleans the air.
Lacoste 90th Anniversary London Pop-Up
Lacoste is opening a vintage pop-up space in Shoreditch, London, as part of its 90th anniversary celebrations. They have partnered with vintage resale expert Wavey Garms and enlisted its founder Andres Branco to source and curate a vintage Lacoste offering that highlights the brand’s cult status. The vintage pop-up, located in London’s Truman Brewery, will run from September 14 to 26.
2D Restaurant, Waku Waku
Titled Waku Waku, the new Japanese two-dimensional restaurant is located on Portland Street, London, and is designed to look like a monochrome cartoon. Creating a real-world optical illusion, the cafe’s interior has been painted white, but every detail has been outlined in black pen to create a pen-and-paper aesthetic.
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