Plus: Relive their Japanese New Year’s Eve celebration in a new video.
Attention fashionistas and hypebeasts New York City: Skrillex's label OWSLA has brought a pop-up store to lower Manhattan.
The shop is bodega-themed, which means you can cop exclusive one-time-only Deli OWSLA tops and other cool merchandise. The store is open Friday and Saturday, Feb 9 and 10, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., at 114 Stanton St. It's all part the New York Fashion Week celebration, and it's a collaborative project with local artists Bryan Rivera and Javier Matias.
Speaking OWSLA pop-ups, whatever you did to ring in 2018, it was most likely not as epic as OWSLA's Japan takeover with pop-up shops in Tokyo and afterparties hosted by Brownies & Lemonade. Skrillex, Point Point and Cray took the stages. They filmed a wild video to capture the night's essence. If you're a fan cinematic imagery, cuteness, neon and French accents, you're going to want to watch this.
Be transported to the never-ending wildness Tokyo's vibrant streets. Day or night, it's a city on fire full excitement and possibilities. Peruse the ferings the pop-up. Taste the flavors Japan. Experience the wonder the Land the Rising Sun. See #StarduckTony, and feel the bass shatter your bones while the melody puts your pieces back together. Take a train, travel to Kyoto, do it all over again.
Honestly, all the tour videos we've seen (which is a lot), this might be one the most beautiful and the most fun. Take the ride with OWSLA and Brownies & Lemonade below.