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17 Sep - 30 Nov

MoMa Design Store presents: “The Record Shop” pop-up

By Localiiz 19 September 2020

Event Information

START DATE 17 Sep 2020
END DATE 30 Nov 2020
Level 1, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

To celebrate the first anniversary of MoMA Design Store Hong Kong in K11 MUSEA, MoMA Design Store is launching “The Record Shop,” an incredible pop-up experience celebrating music and design. From 17 September until the end of November 2020, the limited-time pop-up store will be a tribute to the harmonious intersection of music and design as a reflection on twentieth-century pop culture, bringing together a robust selection of new LPs, concert posters, and books that explore the interplay between the visual arts and music.

Coveted records by the most influential recording artists of all time will be available in a genre-spanning selection that reflects the culture and history of the 1970s and 1980s. Records include “Rubber Soul” and “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club” by The Beatles; “Nevermind” by Nirvana; classic rock albums by The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and David Bowie; and albums from punk rock icons Sex Pistols and The Ramones.

In addition to the debut of The Record Shop pop-up, MoMA Design Store will also be offering exclusive shopping privileges from 11 to 27 September that are sure to delight fans. For each of the following spending levels, customers will enjoy different special tiered offers: 10 percent off upon spending $500, 15 percent off upon spending $1,000, and 20 percent off upon spending $2,000.

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