With 200 shipping containers in your face, this is the place to be for fashionistas to get a cool #ootd shot and/or shop for the trendiest emerging design wear. I never had the thought of going here as I’ve pretty much been packed with alot of schedules, but this time I thought I might check out the designer pop-up stalls.
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Speaking of which, I went to visit new designer friend Kil Kang Wook. Director and Designer behind NavyFactory. An emerging designer with great taste in mens wear and earning many collaborations with other emerging designers. His collection at Fashion Kode rewiew will be up on the blog soon. If you’re in the area, make sure you pop in and see his trendy line. xx
The day my crew went the venue wasn’t that crowded so I had some time and space to laze around before I went off to see Yohanix‘s sample sale. Which is a mention on another day (a day which I wished I had remembered to bring my credit card. Regrets! haha).
I would also like to suggest bring a friend to look after your credit card hahaha. It’s a pretty big big big variety shopping mall. Too many items you can’t miss out on especially designed by the upcoming local designers. Oh and don’t forget to check out the eateries. Just the cafes and food trucks. Grab a nibble in between your shopping ventures hehe
Address for taxis riders:
200, Achasan-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
서울특별시 광진구 아차산로 200 (자양동)
Subway for the travel walkers keke:
Get off at Konkuk University Station (Seoul Subway Line 2 or 7), Exit 6.
Walk straight from the exit. You totally won’t miss it. It’s a pretty big milestone in your day’s journey.