POP-Up Stores are Coming. Which Style Do You Like?

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POP-up stores are seen as short behavior art. “Limited”, “First Launching” and “New Product” are often seen in pop-up stores. POP-up store are always eye-catching through using new technologies, unique storefronts and varying colors. For fashion industry, spring is the fashion season for new styles.

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PEACEBIRD X SESAME STREET

Peacebird Men re-interprets the classic characters in Sesame Street. Trouble Andrew and Reilly show their 2 special collaboration collections, exploring new possibilities.

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Oishi x AKOP

Oishi joins hands with Han Huohuo to release the Oishi x AKOP collection. Salted egg yellow is the main tone, with black and white tones. The inspiration comes from the salted egg potato chips of Oishi. Oishi’s garments in collaborated collections will be for sale in pop-up stores. The interesting point is that the outside fitting model wears a large salted egg, and the new salted egg chips are placed in the yellow shopping cart.

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LACOSTE × KEITH HARING

The Lacoste x Keith Haring collection uniquely interprets street fashion. Lacoste keeps a balance between classics and fashion, while Keith Haring is rebellious and unruly. The walls are inspired by Keith Haring’s classic works. The dancing figures set a basic tone. The collaborated items are bright and vibrant. The vintage subway seats and street vending machines are placed in stores. The soft colors and light are artistic.

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UNDER PEACE×Junji Itou

UNDER PEACE once collaborated with HELLO KITTY, SpongeBob and others. In 2019, UNDER PEACE joined hands with Junji Itou, a famous Japanese horror cartoonist. Junji Itou’s best work Tomie is chosen. The grown-up, classic and interesting style is combined with Under Peace’s military, street and skateboard.

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