Tying in with New York Fashion Week, vintage experts Middleman and Horrorvacuo are heading to the Big Apple to host a rare pop-up shop offering an extensive selection archival garments. Running the gamut from household names to niche discoveries, the assortment includes approximately 800 hand-picked pieces.
Major brands like Dior, Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto will all be represented, with plenty of coveted classics on hand. For instance, an ultra-rare beaded crystal tuxedo jacket from Hedi Slimane‘s Dior is joined by one of Yamamoto’s classic knit skeleton sweaters from Fall/Winter 2011 and a collaborative Takashi Murakami x Issey Miyake parachute coat. New favorites, like lesser-known Harajuku brand 20471120 and Kiko Kostadinov, will also be represented, yielding a diverse array of goods.
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Releasing at our NYFW Pop-Up: Number (N)ine SS/AW2003 Destroyed Grunge Cardigan & Bag. Number (N)ine’s 2003 collection was a love letter to Seattle’s grunge heroes of the ‘90s, with exact reproductions of pieces from Kurt Cobain’s wardrobe, including his iconic red and black striped mohair sweater and velvet patched denim. This set includes a distressed cardigan alongside a matching bag. The frayed and loose hanging threads are seen across a variety of knits from this season. Size 3. Available for purchase at our pop-up store, February 7th-9th, at 357 Canal St. #middlemanstore
Head to 357 Canal Street in New York from February 7 – 9 to check out the curated clothing collection in person.