032c Pays Respect to the Munich Machine

Last week we held a cocktail launch party at Woman / Man in Munich (the original Helmut Lang store, whose interior remains untouched!) for 032c Apparel. Hundreds of people showed up. The police weren’t amused, so we had to close an hour early. THANK YOU MUNICH. We will be back soon.

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