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The official Apt. 200 x Nautilus pop-up was hosted by Miami mainstay Norma Now & notorious Hollywood flirt Jaja, with special performances featuring Miami's own Mia Carucci, ASAP's J.Scott, Dial-Up's™ Pedro, Harlem's hero Larry Love, our main man Rue De Bois & Montreal princess Taima.
This summer, Aldo dropped a limited-edition sneaker collection in collaboration with 5 artists from around the world. The campaign involved bringing together some of the most influential international street artists and allowing them to create a project that reflected their unique style and respective communities. This included Buff Monster from NYC, INSA from London, So Youn Lee from Seoul, Dina Saadi from Dubai and Pony from Montreal. New York's own Hannah Sider was showcased in the gallery exhibition which involved a special performance by ASAP Nast. For Toronto, we brought in local boy Roy Woods while Ama Lou took the stage in London to deliver an unforgettable performance. Check out this link for more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QjgozvEsjw LONDON: Shot by Danika Magdalena, styled by Toni Blaze, modelled...
Private Club Records' own Madeintyo blessed Apt. 200 Toronto with a night full of bops while Jenno & Shaine CRSB provided the theme music to our collective descent into the after-hours abyss.
In Celebration of the 5 Year Anniversary for Places+Faces we designed and installed pop up spaces hosted by our CNTRBND family.
Another edition of Zach & Collectif Nude's "Pawty Time" took over Apt. 200 Toronto for a wild night featuring Jordan Fall & Do Not Push, plus special guest DJ Jayemkayem.
Following the Places+Faces Toronto Pop up we ran down Queen St. W to Apt. 200 with Ciesay, Soulz & the whole CNTRBND family to celebrate another successful installation. Featuring music by Saintwoods' own Blindd, Toronto mainstay, Mike Roc & the man himself, Ciesay. Photography by Vonny Lorde
We wrapped up Osheaga weekend with the Places+Faces gang, joined by Lou Phelps at Apt. 200. Photography by Scott Pilgrim
After a triumphant return-to-Osheaga performance, A-Trak crushed an overcapacity École Privée for the festival's official after party that same night.
Entering the American market for the first time, we launched a Summer capsule collection in collaboration with Opening Ceremony.