Check Out Pink City's Geinokai Collection
In the fleeting shimmer of a fading dream, Pink City was brought to life by two Gemini brother's, Chris and Mike Tung. The brand's vision is a cultivation of street wear, art and culture: a trifecta that captures the edginess of street style with bright, bold colors inspired by Japanese-themed media. It's about embracing the positrill, and injecting life into the dark and the monochrome. IX was lucky to score a few designs from Pink City's (かわいい: Geinokai collection. So, naturally, we headed to PARLOQUE to check out the line at it's in-store location.
We were greeted by Amrita Gill, founder and mastermind behind PARLOQUE. PARLOQUE is a high-end boutique that carries a mix of high fashion and street wear brands like New Regime, Wordsmiths United, Sir New York, and Untitled & Co. The space functions as, "as an inspiring hub that stimulates and ignites the creative". This is undeniable as we walk through the spread.
Above: The Pink City "Sanko" Crew Neck Sweater ($70), and Mint White Neoprene Pleated Skater Skirt ($109)
Above: Mandahh Julian wears the Pink City "Yojimbo" Crew Neck Sweater ($70), Anzevino Getty Splash Pants ($93), Surreal But Nice Jacket
Above Right: Pink City "Media" Tee ($40), Anzevino Getty Track Suit ($185), Black Milk Galaxy Leggings, Hand Painted Custom Dawntroversial Galaxy Heels
Left: Pink City "Rocket" Long Sleeve ($50)
Special thanks to our friends over at PARLOQUE for accommodating the shoot.
Hair and make-up by the lovely Dawntroversial.
Shout-out to Pink City for the crew-necks, long sleeve, and t-shirt.
PARLOQUE is located at 1093 Queen Street West.
Photography by Alex Chan.