Combining the design identity and visual markers distinct to both Placyf and Manual, the release of the exclusive merch collaboration, ‘The Theory of Dysplacyf’, merges the narratives and values of the two through a limited-edition lineup of t-shirts and a tote bag.
Catering to the brand’s female following, atmos pink, an offshoot of authoritative Japanese streetwear boutique atmos, settled into its first home outside Japan in Grand Indonesia with a curated collection of limited-edition sneakers and streetwear fits.
Independent fashion brand AKSU fully engages its collection with what it means to be Indonesian. Channelling cultural fragments of ancient tribes and lesser-known communities, the brand echoes the craftsmanship and textile of the people and interprets them into modern wear.
Multi-label streetwear shop ORBIS stamps its refreshed identity through a sleek new home in Panglima Polim, extending its curation to include a wider range of local and international brands, from familiar favourites to emerging names.
At Pillar, a lineup of fashion pieces, lifestyle items and artworks highlights not only its curation that brings together emerging and established creatives but also a retail experience that spurs the senses and collaborative spirit.
Aligning to the rhythm of nature, homegrown fashion brands are slowly finding their way back to plant dyes, embracing a more conscious and circular approach to producing and consuming clothes.