Having seemingly conquered the world with stores in NY, LA, Miami, Chicago and London, and collabs with the likes of Kendall Jenner and Travis Scott, it can be easy to forget that cult streetwear label Ksubi was born in Sydney back in 1999. Having taken the country by storm – releasing 200 rats at you debut runways show will do that – their expansion was inevitable, but now they’ve set their sights firmly back on the city where it all began…
Beginning with a launch party tomorrow night, they’ll be throwing a series of events this December at their pop-up store at 80 Campbell St Bondi. The food lineup is deliciously curated to represent the alt-core of fine food in Sydney with famed sandwich deli Kosta’s Takeaway, Joel Bennett’s Burger Park, cult taqueria Ricos Tacos and inner-west favourites Pizza Oltra, each vendor dishing out bespoke Ksubi-inspired complimentary eats every Saturday.
Underground electronic music experts Momentum, Western Sydney-born creative hub Bodega Collective and dance music collective and event promoters LoveJoy are on the lineup for Friday afternoon sundown sessions, with drinks by Pals and Better Beer.
The pop up will be open 10am – 6pm everyday throughout December, where you’ll be able to get your mitts on exclusive offerings and catch the return of the archival “BADDIES” graphic, alongside kidswear and much more – the perfect prep for the opening of their CBD flagship store (coming in March 2024) at 113 King Street.
Check out the lineup for Ksubi Beach House below and head here for more info: