Stüssy Archive in Manchester, Giorgio Armani’s Aldo Fallai exhibition in London & more

Stüssy Archive in Manchester, Giorgio Armani’s Aldo Fallai exhibition in London & more

by Ollie Cox
7 min

Pinch. Punch. First of the month. Stüssy Archive is heading to Manchester, Wagamana has unveiled its summer menu, and Giorgio Armani’s Aldo Fallai exhibition is available to view in London. There’s more where that came from, too. Erick the Architect has announced a London show, and adidas is celebrating 10 years of SPZL with a mega exhibition opening. Keep reading for more of the good stuff.

Erick the Architect announces headline London show 

Erick the Architect is a music jack of all trades, founding Flatbush Zombies and launching a successful solo career in his own right. And guess what? He’s coming to London for his headline show at Scala in Kings Cross. If this is a bit of you, head to DICE, and grab a ticket. 

Check out the Giorgio Armani Aldo Fallai exhibition in London 
Giorgio Armani ©

Earlier this year, Giorgio Armani showcased the Aldo Fallai at Armani/Silos in Milan, and now you can catch it in London. The exhibition is dedicated to photographer Aldo Fallai, who worked closely with Giorgio Armani throughout his career. It will be presented with a series of frames, each displaying 26 images and four infographics, and will be available to view from May 4 until June 2. If you’re in London and like the sound of this, head to the Giorgio Armani store on Sloane Street. 

Go clubbing with Boiler Room and Coach 

Boiler Room and Coach are throwing a party in East London to celebrate Coach’s “Find Your Courage” campaign, where they embrace creative expression and the courage to be real at the core of the campaign. COBRAH, Slim Soldedad, and Bushbby are providing the vibes, and the vent will give guests a chance to explore the virtual world around the campaign and immerse themselves in the Coach universe.  

Snatch some archive Stüssy in Manchester

Stüssy Archive offers some of the hardest, hard-to-get Stüssy pieces around. And, after a previous stint in Margate for its last pop-up, some Laguna Beach cool is coasting its way to the streets of Manchester. We already know it’s going to be sick. The event will be held in the NoMa neighbourhood from Friday May 3 until Monday May 6. 

Pick up some Ruben’s Reubens goodness in Peckham 

Peckham Arches is gearing up for summer by launching a collaboration with Ruben’s Reubens, the Brixton-born master of meat and fish smoking. He’ll be bringing the heat by taking over the open kitchen with the help of his trusty signature smokers. To wash it down, there’ll be some solid cocktails on the go. 

You can eat Heinz and Morley’s at home 

Remember how everyone lapped up the Morley’s and Heinz collab? Well, now it’s back by popular demand and available to shop on supermarket shelves in the form of bottled Heinz x Morely’s Chicken Sauce. The sauciest link-up in town is available now, and to top it off, there will be a special Heinz x Morley’s menu at participating stores. 

Check out Stüssy’s brand-new Milan Chapter store 

Stüssy has set its sights on Milan for its latest Chapter store, and as you’d expect, it looks sick. It’s decked out with some easy-on-the-eye wooden shelves and silky smooth metal doors, we’re desperate to get over there and scope it out. While no opening date has been announced yet, keep an eye out for updates on Stüssy’s socials for more information. 

Celebrate 10 years of SPZL with adidas 

adidas SPZL has announced the “DECADE,” a new exhibition in Darwen Lancashire to aid youth homelessness charity Nightsafe. It will feature the complete adidas SPZL footwear archive and highlights from the 10 years of apparel collections. There will be intimate headline performances from Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape and a DJ set from Mani of the Stone Roses. The exhibition will be held May 17–26. 

Get your GALA Festival pre-game going with DJ EZ 

DJ EZ has teamed up with GALA Festival for a pre-festival gig at The Greyhound pub in Peckham on May 2 before he appears at Peckham Rye Park on May 24. You know the score, Garage vibes all around, in a proper London pub. Get your tickets here

Sample Wagamama’s summer menu 
Wagamama ©

If there’s one thing we love about summer, it’s the food. And, Wagamama is getting in on the sun-soaked action by packing its menu with a load of new food and drink, including the Saku Saku soba and tataki dishes of thinly cut beef. Some extra freshness is thrown into the mix with the Thai beef salad, and for something sweet, check out the new crispy momo meringue cake or baked yuzu cheesecake. 

Cover Image: Stüssy Archive

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