SEETHROUGH Concept Store @ Telawi, Bangsar

After opening his first SEETHROUGH boutique in Kuchai Lama, my old friend and veteran stylist, Calvin, decided (for the obvious and better) that the sort of fashion items he’s prone to stocking has a better audience in the likes of Bangsar.

His second store has been open for roughly two months now, and most of the work inside is done, save for some lighting details he wants to adjust.

I asked him where he bought all the white pillar weaved fixtures that separate the 2,000 sq. ft space nicely into sections. He said his assistant and him made them all by themselves..!

Quay sunnies are available! Lots of funky designs that rival Le Specs X HH, with prices that are cheaper too. They sit perfectly on Asian faces with minimal nose bridges, which makes them a win for all of us.

Other random eye accessories sourced by Calvin.

Surprisingly, i could see thru them pretty alright! Except for driving.

 

 

Besides personally sourcing tens of thousands of RM worth of items from all over SEA, SEETHROUGH also carries collections of regional fashion designers.

Finally, pieces from Singapore designer Max Tan are available in KL! I wish i could buy every single one of them… soft structures, asymmetrical, clean lines, and great for layering. Check out Max Tan’s AW12/13 lookbook *here*.

Liquid, Max Tan’s second line of clothing, is available here too. But i personally love his first line a lot more.

Collections from Possitillyty and Zakwan Anuar are also in store.

That’s all the pictures i took… Was rushing to another appointment and didn’t have time to browse proper. Plan to go back cos there are MANY RACKS of clothes to slowly go thru!!

SEETHROUGH Concept Store
First floor, 25-1 Jalan Telawi 2
Bangsar Baru 59100
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 2284 1868
info@seethrough.my
www.seethrough.my

 

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