TIME AND PLACE:
G-SHOCK Sessions 2 and 4pm
Crepe City 12 till 6pm
@ G-SHOCK East, Dray Walk, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
@ Crepe City 15, Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
G-SHOCK Sessions free (first come, first served)
Crepe City pre-book sold out (limited £5 tickets on the door)
G-SHOCK is set collaborating with Europe’s largest Sneaker Festival, Crepe City, at their 30th April Event at East London’s Truman Brewery. 20 steps away in G-SHOCK East, grime sensation Ghetts will be shutting up shop for a series of sets through the course of the day.
The world’s toughest watch brand will take up residence at Crepe City to showcase of some their best collaboration timepieces from the world of streetwear over the past decade, from Huf to The Hundreds. Sitting alongside the most sought-after sneaks on the planet, G-SHOCK will be displaying the wristwear that launched thousands of collections, in a unique celebration of street culture.
Just around the corner, G-SHOCK Sessions will make a long-awaited return with Ghetts (FKA Ghetto, real name Justin Reginald Clarke Samuel). Touted as one of the most talented grime artists on the scene, having been nominated for three MOBOs and awarded the Hardest Working Artist at the AIM Awards, he credits much of his success to his label, Disrupt, and is notorious for his fast flowing, hard hitting lyrics and unique brand of Syllable Rhyming which has garnered critical praise and respect amongst his contemporaries.
— G-SHOCK UK (@GShockUK) April 19, 2016
— Old Truman Brewery (@trumanbrewery) April 19, 2016