This vintage pop-up in Seoul, Korea hits home on a number of accounts. For one, the shop is featuring some exclusive designer pieces by Yohji Yamamoto which signifies their immense collectible value. Secondly, the event utilizes a very popular model of retail today — the temporary activation, and as a result, it really hammers down on the exclusivity factor.
The vintage pop-up is located at the 003 Archive space. The Yamamoto pieces are brought to consumers through Masayuki Mizogami — owner of La Grande Lue. In addition, COMME des GARÇONS contributes to the shopping event with some "extra rare collectibles" from its 1991 collaboration with Yamamoto.
In total, the 003 Archive vintage pop-up will feature over 200 clothing pieces, as well as 20 pairs of footwear, from the 1980s to the 2000s.
Photo Credits: Seunghoon Jeong/Hypebeast KR
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