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Creative District

DISTRICT SIX is an uber-cool pop-up concept store by WOAW that takes international cultural influences and translates them for Asia. The result? A unique and quirky mix of merch from all over the world – from footwear and fashion accessories to lifestyle goods for men, women and even kids. Key brands the store is introducing include Herschel Supply Co., Superga, Native, Gola, Jason Markk and Airinum.

To celebrate, every Saturday in June DISTRICT SIX is hosting a Superga Artist Station featuring Black Work tattoo artist Nicole Y and independent artist Chris Cho. Every customer who purchases a pair of Superga shoes receives a mini Superga keychain and can work with one of these artists personalise the design, creating a truly one-off piece.

Level 1, Shop 100D; Superga artist station until June 30

Parisian Flow

Every fashion it-girl’s favourite off-duty brand has landed at Pacific Place. You can now discover designer Isabel Marant's effortlessly Parisian collection, including the designer’s main line, a selection of her casual Isabel Marant Etoile collection, and her line of handbags and shoes – all famously tried on by the designer before they leave her studio so she can test their practicality.

Even better, the collection is housed within an eclectic space that draws inspiration from the French experimental movement of the 60s. Marant has used unexpected detailing and materials in her store concept, from Japanese paper fitting rooms to oxidised copper hanging bars, spreading erosion patterns and natural patina that express the raw detail in her collections. She complements the space with intriguing sculptures and pieces reminiscent of her travels.

Shop 230B

Fashion as Manifesto

Zadig & Voltaire is known for a rock ’n roll approach to fashion – one that proclaims a femininity that’s uninhibited and always on the move. And now the brand is walking the talk, with a new capsule collection created to empower women around the world. A collaboration with acclaimed photographer Micol Sabbadini, who famously took inspirational images of the 2017 Women’s March in the US, has created a range of T-shirts with messages of love and empowerment, with part of the proceeds from sales going to Every Mother Counts, a non-profit organisation founded by Christy Turlington to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother everywhere.

But the brand has also tailored approaches to different places – in Hong Kong, it has collaborated with nine women leaders from fashion, sport, business and the arts to create a series of photos and videos that can be viewed at its Pacific Place pop-up from 10–20 July, recreating some of the moments from the Women’s March through objects, photography and videos. Even better, part of the proceeds on selected products will go towards local charity Mother’s Choice, making for an exhibition that helps make a difference.

Shop 100A

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