SWG3 to host pop-up store from DJ, activist and style icon, Honey Dijon during the New York Times Climate Hub

SWG3 has today announced they will be hosting a pop-up shop from renowned DJ, producer, fashion designer and activist Honey Dijon showcasing the exclusive t-shirt they designed in collaboration to celebrate their radical new BODYHEAT system.

“The inspiration and energy of the Paradise Garage is a fun way to exemplify how this system works and is reflected in the design of the SWG3 x honeyfuckingdijon colourful and vibrant t-shirt.” – Honey Dijon

In a world-first BODYHEAT will harness and convert body heat energy from customers, visitors and staff before transporting it to boreholes where it can be stored for days, weeks or even months. Work on installing the system is due to begin soon and to celebrate Honey will also be playing a very special launch event on Sunday 7th of November.

As well as being for sale at SWG3, the limited-edition t-shirt will be available across the Comme des Garçons founded Dover Street Market stores and DSM online. The store will also feature items from her fourth Honey Fucking Dijon collection backed by Comme Des Garçons and will be open for the duration of The New York Times Climate Hub from the 3rd-11th of November.

Inspired by late 70s to early 90s club culture, HFD’s latest collection is a celebration of diversity, music, art and community. The store will boast HFD’s first collaboration with Swedish Fashion House ACNE STUDIOS, as well as Honey’s signature t-designs featuring iconic slogans and lyrics.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Honey Dijon as part of the BODYHEAT project. Honey’s whole collection is fantastic and the SWG3 x HFD t-shirt is really special. Our plans for the innovative BODYHEAT technology mark the first step in our mission to become carbon neutral by 2025 or sooner and with SWG3 hosting The New York Times Climate Hub for COP26 this is the perfect fit.” – Andrew Fleming-Brown, MD of SWG3

The pop up shop will be open from 10am – 6pm from 3rd – 11th November and open until later until 10pm on November 7th the day of the BODYHEAT party with Honey Dijon with support from Sippin’ T. Last remaining tickets are available HERE

About the Author

Director and DJ, Ian French (Naif) is passionate about many genres of music from Breakbeat and Drum & Bass to Techno and Electronica. A man that lives in a world of bass and beats, Ian is an obsessive collector of music and a true geek at heart, with many years spent in application design.