Sole Superior’s HOUSE PARTY Starts This Weekend at the District Design Dialogue Holland Village

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Sole Superior, known for being Singapore’s premier sneaker and streetwear convention every November, is doing something a little bit different this month.

As part of District Design Dialogue during Singapore Design Week 2018, Sole Superior will be throwing a  House Party to celebrate and showcase its past collaborations with local designers and artists throughout the years.

Taking over a two-storey house on Jalan Kelabu Asap, Holland Village, Sole Superior’s HOUSE PARTY will exhibit past Sole Superior artworks from Sidd Willis, Tell Your Children, Eric Foenander, Mister Trucks and CraftyIllustrator.

Merchandise from past Sole Superior conventions will also be up for display, including a money gun, Sole Superior x Novesta sneakers, New Era cap, and a host of pieces done in collaboration with Pras The Bandit, SBTG, FIN Crafted Goods and XLarge.

Besides the exhibition, there’ll be several ways you can spend some money at the party. For instance, Bucketfeet, known for their handmade-to-order artist-designed sneakers, will be having a clearance sale with every pair going for S$35.

There’ll also be a musical kitchen in the house, with records on sale for all you audiophiles out there. And if you’re still in need of convincing, there’ll be S$5 beers to give you some liquid courage to make some friends at the party – not to mention a Beer Pong table to relive those college days!

That’s not all! If you’re an artist – or like to think that you are, there’ll be Krink markers on deck for you to try out and customise your sneakers with.

While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the other nine houses that’ll be part of the District Design Dialogue. For more information, check out

Sole Superior’s HOUSE PARTY x District Design Dialogue Holland Village

Where: 52 Jalan Kelabu Asap, Singapore 278219
When: 10am-8pm, March 10-11 and 17-18
Price: Free admission

Sole Superior’s HOUSE PARTY Starts This Weekend at the District Design Dialogue Holland Village

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