An Event Recap of READYMADE & Maxfield LA's Pop-Up Launch

Take a look at what went down at the exclusive event.

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Earlier this week, we took an exclusive look at some of the key pieces from READYMADE and Maxfield LA’s collaborative project ahead of its official debut. And now, with the event having just wrapped, we thought to take a closer look at what went down during the eventful launch.

Aside from READYMADE’s joint BAPE and Fear of God merch previewed earlier, other items, including exclusive themed tops and a Trucker jacket designed by artist Warren Lotas, also caught some of the spotlight. Pulling through was Tremaine Emory and FOG’s own Jerry Lorenzo of course, amongst a host of others, all stopping by to offer support. Scroll through the gallery above and have a look for yourself.

In other fashion news, take a look inside Browns’ new East London store.

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