This Souvenir Jacket References Long Lost Parts of Hong Kong

It’s also reversible.

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Hong Kong-based brand GrowthRing & Supply recently teamed up with Japanese label HOSU CO. on a souvenir jacket that revisits long lost parts of the city. The two brands collaborated on a reversible Sukajan jacket, which references two historical places of Hong Kong, as they are stunningly embroidered on each side of the jacket. The jacket immortalizes the glamorous Tiger Balm Garden (or Haw Par Mansion) and “the city of darkness” the lost Kowloon Walled City on the back, while the front features classic souvenir jacket motifs. Retailing at $590 USD, the GrowthRing & Supply x HOSU CO. “Inferno of Darkness” Reversible Sukajan is available for pre-order now from G.R.S.

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