Here's What Went Down at the Vetements Hong Kong Pop-Up

The Paris fashion house took over the outskirts of Hong Kong for a day.

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After weeks of teasing on Instagram, Vetements finally held their Hong Kong exclusive pop-up at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Kowloon. To complement the location of the event, the pop-up centers around the theme of voyage as seen from the brand’s logo being printed on airport signs and staff wearing its signature DHL uniforms. The limited edition range features a remix of the Parisian label’s iconic pieces from the brand’s collaboration with Reebok and Umbro from previous and upcoming seasons, with Guram Gvasalia flying over to Hong Kong himself to introduce the new Vetements x Reebok Sock Runners. Exclusive products such as mugs and keychains with the logo in bold fonts were also for sale at the event.

Check out the photos above to see highlights of the pop-up as well as the best outfits worn to the exclusive event. Moreover, read our latest interview with Guram Gvasalia here.

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