Shortly after unveiling its collaboration with PORTER, HAVEN has returned with its latest project, a two-storey pop-up in Tokyo showing its FW19 collection, finally launched after patiently preparing for two and a half years.
This marks the first official pop-up for HAVEN, highlighting an expansive range of 55 different pieces. The pop-up is currently taking the space of “SO1 Gallery” in Harajuku and is being hosted for a total of three days. According to the founding brothers Daniel and Arthur Chmielewski, Tokyo was a “natural” place to start the project as they consider it their “our second home.”
HAVEN’s FW19 collection is steeped in Canadian culture which emphasizes the need for functional garments for both urban and outdoor environments. The assemblage is packed with nuances and military-inspired designs, like sulfur-dyed field jackets and hand-knit pacific parkas, elevating cold-weather layers. One noteworthy highlight is the incorporation of Komatsu material in pieces like the down jacket lined with tightly woven ripstop and Polartec®️ fleece, while other standout pieces include BDU pants and more casual staples like heavy terry-fleece hoodies. Apart from the aforementioned PORTER co-sign, another collaboration with Mountain Research rounds up the collection.
Scroll through the photos above for a look at HAVEN’s Tokyo pop-up at “SO1 Gallery.”
HAVEN Tokyo Pop-Up
6-14-15 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
October 19 -21
11 a.m. – 7 p.m. JST