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simple pieces collaborates with Initial D to launch a limited-edition collection

simple pieces and Initial D

simple pieces is a millennial-favorite brand, with a large following amongst China’s younger generation. Their timeless designs and high-quality fabrics are empowering women to curate their perfect everyday wardrobe that is that is both functional and comfortable to wear.

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The brand has become one of the trailblazers of fashion in Asia and a top seller on Tmall and Taobao (joining level 7 category within months), particularly celebrated for their jeans and pants.

They are now launching the simple pieces X Initial D Limited Edition collection, a collaboration with the iconic Japanese street racing manga series by the famous artist Shuichi Shigeno. As a celebration of Initial D’s 25th anniversary, simple pieces and Initial D teamed up to design a collection of graphic T-shirts, denim jeans and accessories in simple pieces’ distinctive best selling silhouettes and Shigeno’s original artworks.

simple pieces collaborates with Initial D

The simple pieces X Initial D Limited Edition Collection is now available at Techstyle X pop-up store, where visitors can discover the entire manga-inspired collection for a limited time only.

Techstyle X is The Mills Fabrica’s experimental and experiential store in Hong Kong offering the public a unique selection of techstyle products and innovations, while providing companies with the opportunity to showcase their technologies, launch new concepts and interact with customers. Offering retail exposure for businesses, offline location provides a 600sq.ft fully staffed and operational experiential retail platform for techstyle brands, innovations and corporations. The store provides flexible commercial space for experimental pop-up concepts and unique brand building experiences.

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