In May 2015, the Vitaly x Friends Pop-Up returned to Queen Street in Toronto for its fourth installment. This month-long event featured some of the raddest lifestyle brands, curated artworks and special musical performances. To make things even better, Jameson Irish Whisky and Sapporo were there to make sure everyone was having fun!
Check out this recap video from our closing party, shot and filmed by Nigel Desouza.
We are very excited to announce that we have joined forces with bass-heavy producers and fellow Torontonians, Zeds Dead, to launch a brand new pendant featuring their classic logo!
This piece is for anyone who has felt the sheer power of their music, whether at the earliest sweat-soaked Bassmentality parties or the largest festival main-stages.
Our newest bracelet, the Okafo, was designed in collaboration with professional BMXer and longtime Vitaly friend Chijioke Okafo. Check out this video to see the man himself riding some of Toronto's most interesting spots while wearing his signature piece.
Grab the Okafo HERE.
Shot & Edited by Michael Headford
Watch as graphic artist Ben Johnston draws an epic 12'x16' mural inside the Vitaly x Friends Pop-Up Shop in Toronto.
Drawn over the span of 8 hours, the line "If I could see all my friends tonight" comes from an LCD Soundsystem song and sums up what our annual pop-up shop is all about — a gathering of old friends, new friends, and soon-to-be friends all under one roof.
Stop by 1095 Queen St. West any time before May 31st 2015 to see the finished mural in person!
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