After setting up shop at Harvey Nichols‘ London flagship earlier this year, Too Hot Limited is now taking its selection of archival Stone Island and CP Company pieces to Harvey Nichols in Manchester. To mark the launch, Too Hot Limited has teamed up with LAW Magazine to produce an editorial inspired by the Acid House movement of the late 1980s and early ’90s.
As well as featuring the sort of vintage Stone Island that the retailer has become known for, the editorial is full of other brands with important UK subcultural links — such as Emporio Armani, Berghaus and Moncler. After you’ve taken a look at the images, shot by London-based photographer Elliot James Kennedy, refresh your memory of our interview with Too Hot Limited founder Ollie Evans from earlier this year.
Too Hot Limited’s Manchester pop-up opens on October 26 and runs until November 23, with rare and archival pieces being restocked throughout the month. The run is set to open with a launch party on October 27 at the location, to RSVP hit up firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harvey Nichols Manchester,
21 New Cathedral Street,
- Image Credit
- Elliot James Kennedy
- Akhnaton Selbonne-Willie