Places+Faces Travels to Dubai to Launch Themed Capsule & Host Pop-Up

Including an afterparty DJ set from Ciesay himself.

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Over the past year, Places+Faces have journeyed across the globe — popping up in some of streetwear’s most notable doors — offering a swarm of collaborative capsules and exclusive merchandise. The multidisciplinary imprint recently took its traveling show to the Middle East — landing within Dubai’s lifestyle outpost WORTHY.

To celebrate the pop-up exhibit, Places+Faces thought to honor the region with a commemorative range — some pieces spotlighting a tonal motif similar to that of the UAE national flag, while others featured the brand’s logo translated in Arabic text. Concluding the festivities was an afterparty hosted at Miss Lily’s, where co-founder Ciesay can be seen throwing down one of his infamous sets.

Check out the video below for a look at what went down.

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