The pop-up debuted on a Saturday, with attendees competing in a casual foosball tournament, with the victors receiving bespoke Kappa jackets. A DJ set and performance from Standing On The Corner was accompanied by bites from Bronx-based chefs Ghetto Gastro, informing the complete party atmosphere.
Following its bombastic opening, the pop-up brought together exclusive goods from clothing imprints like 424 and ROA along with art from NYC creative Kalen Hollomonthe for five days. One of the pop-up’s most notable drops was Denim Tears‘s exclusive New York Fashion Week-centric tee. Elsewhere host of art, fashion and culture magazines were on hand, including a selection of goods from Office Magazine, which offered both magazines and clothing from the brand’s fashion label.
Although Slam Jam’s NYC pop-up has shuttered, Justin Timberlake‘s Man of the Woods-focused pop-up is prepping for its February 9 debut.