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The PARK・ING GINZA Goes Punk With Its "Basement Stall" Collection From PEEL & LIFT

The UK punk scene hits Ginza.

THE PARK・ING GINZA has played host to pop-ups for just about all the biggest Japanese streetwear brands since its opening. Joining industry heavyweights such as C.E and UNDERCOVER just to name a few, Hiroshi Fujiwara has looked to channel some punk flair into his concept space by tapping UK’s PEEL & LIFT for a new “Basement Stall” installation. Inspired by the shops and street stalls from Kensington Market in London, the temporary pop-up will showcase an assortment of unique contemporary streetwear boasting punk sensibilities, most notably a handmade raglan pullover, Italian collared shirt and a bleached parachute shirt. A selection of more conventional branded items will also be available for sale. Priced between ¥7,500 JPY (approximately $70 USD) and ¥38,000 JPY (approximately $353 USD), purchase the entire range at THE PARK・ING GINZA starting June 11.

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