HEYTEA meets the godfather of streetwear Hiroshi Fujiwara in a never-before-seen collab. The new collaboration brings FRAGMENT’s signature cool to the specialty tea store, featuring a new range dripping in black. Inside? You’ll find a brand new black mulberry flavour of HEYTEA’s popular hand-shaken teas. Explore the new flavour in an array of limited-edition merchandise!
HEYTEA x FRAGMENT Limited Edition Flavour: Black Mulberry
Within the new limited-edition mysterious black cups is a secret tea recipe comprising berries, hand-peeled mulberries and fresh strawberries. A super juicy concoction that’s sure to quench your thirst this summer.
Promotion Period: 1 June - 31 July 2022
Details: During the Promotion Period, the first five customers who purchase the new BLACK TEA series each day can receive a limited edition pin.
HEYTEA x FRAGMENT Limited Edition Merchandise
1. HEYTEA x FRAGMENT “Stay Inspired” Travel Tea Tumbler (HK$559)
Featuring the text “Stay Inspired” and a design inspired by natural tea leaves and Chinese calligraphy.
2. HEYTEA x FRAGMENT “Stay Inspired” Art Teacup Set(HK$899)
A sculptural approach to teaware complete with serial number — the first Chinese-style teaware designed by Hiroshi Fujiwara.
Launch Period: 3 July onwards
Sold in limited quotas on the HEYTEA GO App, to be collected at designated stores.
Location: G32 & G33, G/F
Opening Hours: 12PM – 7PM
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
After many years, IKEA has finally swum back to Yau Tsim Mong! With an upcoming Plan and Order Point spanning over 15,000 sq. ft. set to open in August, have a first taste of the Swedish Home Furnishing brand in TST with the new IKEA Tsim “Shark” Tsui Pop-up!
Centred on the theme of “healthy and sustainable living”, the IKEA Tsim “Shark” Tsui Pop-up is here to introduce Swedish-style green living to all with a variety of home areas showcasing green, low-carbon and sustainable home solutions. At the same time, get a taste of beloved Swedish snacks as you browse the latest sustainable lifestyle items!
Head to the pop-up today to discover IKEA’s Tsim “Shark” Tsui!
Yu Nagaba became a household name in Japan when his signature stripped-back illustrations in black and white were featured on the cover of POPEYE magazine. The Tokyo-based artist has collaborated with Okinawan hand-printed apparel brand Aloha Blossom and Japanese streetwear brand urself for this summery new collection — now exclusively available at K11 Art Mall!
Get vacation ready with the new hand-printed collection: Different patterns are silkscreen printed individually by hand onto each piece of fabric made of 100% rayon. Although it’s a semi-synthetic fibre, it’s lightweight, smooth, non-pilling and absorbent of water and sweat, not to mention cool to the touch — perfect for summer!
Location: G05A, G/F, K11 Art Mall
Opening Hours: 12:00PM - 9:00PM
How to break the existing concept of art to open the door to the metaverse?
A creator since the age of 13, Don Diablo discovered at a young age how to make music with a computer when he didn’t have people around him to form a band together. From his work in audiovisual journalism and videos to NFT sculptures, Diablo poses questions through his art in the collective quest for a metaverse that brings the digital and physical together. In conversation with Max Moore, Diablo takes us deep into his art and music practice. He talks about what it means to be a futurist, dissolving the boundaries between music, art, fashion and tech; reimagining the position of creator and consumer; and why the metaverse and all that comes with Web3 is not just hype but something he has worked towards his whole life.
Enrol in this K11 Konversation now to discover the potentials in the intersection of Web3 and art!
Don Diablo, Artist
Max Moore, Head of Contemporary Art Auction, Sotheby’s Asia
K11 Konversations: Don Diablo On The Potentiality Of Art For The Metaverse
Date: 6 July 2022 (Wed)
Time: 6:30PM HKT (Online Zoom Session)
Presented by K11 MUSEA
Hosted by CoBo Social
Supported by K11 Art Foundation
Specialising in Japanese home cuisine, recently opened Kometaki offers humble dishes and recipes that have been elevated thanks to its insistence on using high-end 'Yumepirika’ or ‘Nanatsuboshi’ rice from Hokkaido and Japanese ‘16 Grain’ rice, not to mention the star of the show — the bright orange premium yolks and superior taste of Ran’ou eggs!
From an IG-worthy tornado omelette rice to complex and satisfying Japanese curries featuring snow pear or apple for a hint of sweetness — pair signature dishes with over 30 types of Japanese sake at your disposal to truly appreciate the subtle beauty of rice!
All of Kometaki’s dishes are served on handmade earthenware plates and bowls from SuMo Pottery — no wonder every dish here is simply unforgettable!
Location: K11 Natural, 201-202, 2F
Opening Hours: 12PM–9:30PM (Monday-Sunday)