OGUH! OGUH! OGUH!

Last Friday we joined HUGO for a cocktail reception inaugurating their new Curated Space at Alte Schönhauserstrasse 7-8 in Berlin-Mitte. The event, housed in a minimal playground inspired by our home city, also launched a capsule collection that takes cues from Berlin and HUGO’s own archive. Designed for functionality and subversion under a reversed red OGUH logo, the line is available exclusively at HUGO Curated Space, until November 30. See the dancing, the looks, and the vodka spill out into the street in our re-cap of the night, below.

Event photography by Paul Aiden Perry.
Lookbook photography by Vitali Gelwich.

The OGUH capsule collection is available until 30 November at Alte Schönhauser 7-8. Sign up to the 032c newsletter (scroll down) for invitations to future events.

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