Kuala Lumpur Weekend Diary: Look Out For UNITY STORE KL Grand Opening
Aug 24, 2012 22:54
If you're into art, fashion and style (or if you want to have a productive weekend) head on down to the grand opening of the UNITY Store KL along Jalan Maarof in Bangsar this Saturday afternoon.
UNITY Store KL is a pop up store that will occupy its current location for a 12-month period before relocating to a yet undetermined location. The pop up store currently occupies the space previously known as Zinc Artspace at the end of Jalan Maarof.
The store features a special collaborative collection SUBCREWMADE™ by Jahan. The UNITY Store KL will also host a select range of STAPLE, and a fine collection of Dr Martens footwear.
Break in your weekend by checkin' out the scene at UNITY Store KL. We've even attached a map below so you don't get too lost.
About SUBCREW SUBCREW was established in 2004 by Sam Lee, Frankie, Kobe. The name SUBCREW is a play of the words; SUBMARINE & CREW, representing the relentless struggles of a submarine crew that is holding their position in a time of turbulence, united and fighting for survival in the open sea.
In today's fast paced and multi faced fashion industry, the brand does not conform under pressure but stands their ground and maintains a sense individuality and originality. SUBCREW embodies the spirit of unity, which resonates well within the brand thus paving the way for UNITY, SUBCREW's speciality store. This undying spirit to be on the forefront has grown the brand from strength to strength and in a span of a few short years. SUBCREW embodies the spirit of unity, which resonates well within the brand thus paving the way for UNITY, SUBCREW's speciality store. SUBCREW via its speciality stores has expanded to Greater China, Taiwan, Macau and finally - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
ABOUT MADE™ The label MADE™ is new to the street fashion industry but Jahan is a familiar face (and voice) in the scene. The inaugural collection with Subcrew is titled WORKING CLASS HEROES. Much of the theme is dedicated to those who work under radar with their faces unseen, they whose work takes precedence and speaks for them. This label is made by, and made for all the unsung heroes of our postmodern capitalist Babylon.
ABOUT JAHAN LOH Artist. Writer. Vandal. Thinker. Lover. Player. Sculptor. Hustler. Jahan is all of these and none at all because he defies stereotype. After leaving his mark on the walls of the concrete jungle in Singapore, he’s been making waves in Taipei and beyond with his high-octane visual pop art works, and of course, through his controversial CHERRY POP.
For an insight to Jahan’s daily life, please visit: http://hypebeast.com/blog/jahan/
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