While the word “fiber” typically refers to a thin thread of natural or synthetic material, the emerging name FIBER Productions aims to reposition the word with its vintage concept. Exploring the beauty of the past and the sustainability of today, FIBER aims to direct the long-lasting fashion trend in a productive manner.
Dubbed “DUMPSTERS,” the evocatively named debut project from FIBER in collaboration with CEMENT at K11 MUSEA in Hong Kong is based around “unwanted items.” The pop-up experience is filled with a curated selection of products, some hidden inside actual dumpsters, encouraging guests to find hidden gems. The pre-loved items were chosen for their elegance and uncovered charm told through the unique stories told by stains and tears. The one-of-a-kind vintage available includes styles from Carhartt, Levis, Russell Athletic, and much more.
Take a look inside FIBER Productions’ “DUMPSTERS” pop-up in collaboration with CEMENT at K11 MUSEA in Hong Kong, on until November 19, above.
FIBER Productions “DUMPSTERS” Pop-Up
K11 MUSEA, CEMENT, G31,
G/F, MUSE EDITION,
18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
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