Ground-Zero label founders, Eri and Philip Chu, celebrated their most recent collaboration with D-mop at the J-01 pop-up space in Central on Thursday night.
The two brothers founded Ground Zero in 2003, and the fashionable girls brand has since gained both a local and international following.
Often integrating elements from Pop culture into their prints, the latest collection is no exception. The new Ground-Zero x D-mop series features cartoon characters that you will recognize and transforms them into colorful, vibrant patterns.[photopress:ground_zero_x_dmop_hong_kong_hk_brand.jpg,full,pp_image] [photopress:ground_zero_brand_label_hong_kong_hk.jpg,full,pp_image] [photopress:dmop_d_mop_hong_kong_fashion_hk_3.jpg,full,pp_image]
Models Lina and Elva, as well as the m.c. wearing pieces from the collaboration:
The launch event was well attended and the crowd spilled out onto Wellington Street.[photopress:d_mop_dmop_j01_hong_kong_store_shop.jpg,full,pp_image]
A mixture of fashion insiders, models, and local “artists” packed the shop.[photopress:hong_kong_fashion_event_show_hk_party.jpg,full,pp_image]
The same space was previously used for the Jeremy Scott pop-up last month.
Congratulations to Eri, Philip and the D-mop gang![photopress:Groundzero_d_mop_hong_kong_hk_Eric_Chiu_Phillip.jpg,full,pp_image]
Ground-Zero X D-mop
J-01 pop-up space
G/F, 56-58 Wellington Street
Central, Hong Kong (just up the street from Yung Kee restaurant)