Streetwear Label Fingercroxx Lands in the Philippines
The new need-to-know brand gets itself a Manila address
From the company behind A Bathing Ape and izzue comes another clothing brand worth looking into…especially now that it’s found a convenient local address. Hong Kong-based streetwear label Fingercroxx has officially dropped at Case Study Atelier.
The lifestyle store, home to international labels like Chinatown Market, Jungles Jungles, The Quiet Life and Fxxking Rabbits along with homegrown brands Bastard, WSH, The Twelfth House and REVERE, has fast become the boutique to bet bottom dollar on for discovering––or rediscovering––the what’s what in streetwear today. The addition of Fingercroxx is a sure, stern step further into that direction.
With a balanced sense of what works between the streets, the skate ramps and the more trend-focused crowds, Fingercroxx releases double as a careful curation of key items. Anyone whose style leans heavily into streetwear should take notice.
“Over years, Fingercroxx has been known as the synonym of a unique style, a fierce attitude ahead of its time,” shared I.T., the Hong Kong retail group the brand belongs to. “Whilst major street fashion labels fail to assure quality while maintaining a perfect balance between functionality and style, Fingercroxx strikes as a flawless example of how far a “street label can go in exploring innovation and functionality for the pursuit of great style and comfort.”
Along with seasonal drops (as Fingercroxx makes its Manila debut in time for its Spring 2019 collection release) for men and women, expect plenty of exciting collaborations and limited-edition capsules along the way, too.
Cop Fingercroxx at Case Study Atelier, the brand’s first and only stockist in the Philippines, located at the lower ground level of C2 Building, Bonifacio High Street Central, Taguig. For news on new drops, upcoming releases and cult faves on sale, follow Case Study on Facebook and Instagram.
Art Alexandra Lara