Words: Dray Morgan
The streetwear brand lands in the capital with a limited number of pieces. When they’re gone they’re gone. To be able to shop the limited edition selection, buyers must register for free on eventbrite.
The pervasiveness of social media and DIY culture of the internet means that the fashion world is not exclusively reserved for the wealthy elite. Now, there’s brands like Corteiz that are being born out of people’s homes and reaching the upper echolens of pop culture.
This Saturday, Brown Thomas is bringing Chamomile Club DJ Silent Jee to the store to soundtrack the Dublin drop of their latest line of clothing. Something and Nothing will also be handing refreshments to those waiting in line and there’s even clothes available on the day with exclusive Dublin-themed blue lettering.
The drop is one of the first of its kind in the country and follows a well established pattern in the streetwear game. Clothes drop and once they’re gone, they’re gone.
Started by brothers Michael and George Heaton and inspired by rock music and LA skate culture, Represent has grown to an international presence.
This Saturday, the drop will showcase the newest pieces in Represent’s catalogue including their Owner’s Club hoodies.
This comes as part of a further expansion of Brown Thomas’ contemporary endeavours as they welcome 20 new brands for AW23, ranging from Represent, AMI Paris, J.W.Anderson, Kid Super, Pleasures to Stan Rey, Pop Trading, and Gramicci.
You can preview everything available to shop in store this weekend here.
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