Ten years ago, Ian Paley launched the Garbstore brand. In what has become a staple of British menswear, it’s unsurprising that to help launch a new store and special projects, he’s received some help from friends in the industry. The vision of Garbstore has developed over the years but has always been laid in the foundation of well made products inspired by real experiences.
To celebrate the anniversary, Ian Paley opened up Garbstore.ten in Seven dials, London. The beautiful space is curated in a way that shows off unique brands and collaborations that have been there since Garbstore started. It’s a fitting way to show thanks to those that helped them to this point. The launch saw Garbstore collab with the likes of Reebok, Keen, Sanpak and Surf is Dead.
In addition to the opening of Garbstore.ten, they have also partnered with the friends and colleagues that have sold, bought or inspired a part of Garbstore’s adventure. The collection consists of 10 t-shirts designed by some of our personal favourites like Yuki Matsuda, Hue Kimora and Daiki Suzuki. All proceeds from these tees go towards the refugee crisis, a cause worthy of your attention.
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