Words: Eva O’Beirne
Emporium’s newest ten-piece collection is a mix of new iterations of core brand pieces, and new special projects.
Dublin streetwear label Emporium announced their first FW22 drop with a campaign featuring KhakiKid and Silent Jee this week.
Founded in 2018 by Charlie Proctor Quigley and Robbie Fidgeon, the brand’s latest drop features four new colourways of their oversized pocket tee as well as an embroidered two-piece tracksuit.
In terms of accessories, the drop contains the “Arc Logo Cap” – a black corduroy cap which features the Emporium Arc Logo in tonal white and off white embroidery. You can also cop the “EE Logo Beanie” or “EE Logo Socks”.
Lastly, the drop also features an Emporium Basketball – a black ball with white Emporium Arc Logo across the front and back, produced in the same factory as the pro-quality Spalding game balls, intended for ornamental use.
Emporium’s collections are produced on a seasonal basis and often take inspiration from street culture as well as vintage and 90s graphics.
Their latest drop will be available from Friday at 13:00 on their website.
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