Specialising in cutting-edge fashion from sought-after designer brands, dark and sultry menswear hub Ink first shook up Hong Kong’s style scene in 2010, and has now finally arrived on the mainland. Hidden behind an ancient hutong facade, the new Beijing shop boasts an industrial-chic, silver-hued interior designed by Austrian architect Thomas Pucher, and features suspended rails stocked with avant garde fashions in monochromatic tones.
From the natural-fiber apparel of Cedric Jacquemyn to urban style by Boris Bidjan Saberi, Ink’s beautifully curated selection even extends to funky men’s jewellery like statement crossover rings by Werkstatt:München. Cult designer Rick Owens’ Dark Shadow collection is the epitome of on-trend casual cool with loose-fitting tees and skinny black denim, perfect for pairing with his eponymous line of calf leather high-top sneakers and a stylish black cotton blazer with hook button-up by Australian label, Song For The Mute. There’s also Lost & Found’s shifted-front pants and fitted platinum grey shirts by Devoa with contrasting black buttons, plus French brand Label Under Construction’s clothing crafted from vintage Italian military fabric. Accessorise with a 100% bison belt by Brooklyn-based Zam Barrett and a handmade pair of Rigards genuine-horn sunglasses to complete your summer style overhaul.