Exclusive drops to look out for at Culture Cartel 2020
They include limited edition Adidas shoes and the SBTGxRAE capsule collection, Asia’s first collaboration between label and virtual personality!
The third edition of Culture Cartel is finally here! Taking place on Dec 5, Singapore’s biggest street festival will be done virtually with a number of established brands on show.
Before you get excited, here are some exclusive drops you should not miss.
Adidas Forum X Culture Cartel
A fan of Adidas shoes? This might be for you.
Three limited edition Adidas shoes specially designed by homegrown names in Tobyato (above), Love, Bonito (main photo, right) and Mark Ong (main photo, left) will be up for grabs.
Each design tells a story with a unique Singapore touch. The shoes are priced at $500 each.
Only 15 pairs will be available, with five winners picked for each design.
To stand a chance, simply place your ballot via the Adidas Forum X Culture Cartel virtual booth from Dec 5, 12pm to Dec 20, 11.59pm. Balloting will take place on Dec 21 and winners will be notified by email on the same day.
Profits will go towards supporting the stART Fund, a joint initiative by the National Arts Councils to further support the local art scene.
SBTGxRAE Capsule Collection
For the first time In Asia, there will be a collaboration between the virtual world and reality as popular cult label SBTG and Rae unveil a four-piece capsule collection.
The capsule collection, which consists of a Champion Tee, an Aloha shirt, a pair of socks and a skateboard, will make its debut at Culture Cartel 2020. Pre-orders will be available on Dec 5.
What’s better? Stand a chance to score a one-of-a-kind pair of Nike Air Jordan 1 in a unique SBTGxRae colourway with each purchase of the capsule collection.
One of fashion industry’s most influential outsiders, the ACRONYM collections – only about a dozen pieces, released twice yearly – have a large following in Singapore and are often sold out quickly!
This acclaimed brand is now available in Singapore exclusively at CHAMBER and the costs of the apparel range from $949 to $2419.
At Culture Cartel 2020, you also get to hear from Errolson Hugh, the mastermind behind ACRONYM, on what goes into creating his masterpieces.
To register and learn more about Culture Cartel 2020, click here.