Last Thursday, we celebrated the opening of the 032c x Eytys Store Takeover in the Swedish capital. Following the store event – that featured bleach-splattered wallpaper, works by Colombian artist Juan Sebastián Peláez, the exclusive in-store launch of the Peroxide Collection, and limited edition Rihanna and Miss Colombia shirts – the Norrmalm crowd set sail into the city’s Baltic Sea archipelago. Check out the pictures from the evening below.
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