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thisisneverthat returns with New FW22 offline exhibition

The 3-day OFFLINE ONLY exhibition is in Seoul from August 19

LiFTED | Sherrie Yip | 17 Aug 2022

As summer ends, streetwear brands are no longer going for beachy T-shirts and shorts, but have started looking forward to comfy outerwear, like hoodies and jackets. After releasing the 1906R and 2002R footwear with New Balance, Korean streetwear brand thisisneverthat will launch their offline Fall/Winter 2022 Exhibition, OFFLINE ONLY, dropping their new FW22 collection from August 19 to 22 in Musinsa Terrace Seongsu, Seoul.

After two years, thisisneverthat returns with their FW22 Exhibition OFFLINE ONLY, featuring their newest collection based on their signature 90’s relaxed but stylish vibes. Highlights from the collection include logo-printed crewnecks and hoodies, a toned-down varsity jacket, and a floral print down jacket, just to mention a few.


A party and events on the first day featuring DJs Yunu, Brllnt, Paloalto, and, are open to the public, and exclusive tees and first-come-first-served gifts will be available. Items from the latest collection will drop bit by bit starting from this Friday, on both thisisneverthat’s online and offline shop.

thisisneverthat, founded by Cho Nadan, Choi Jonkyu, and Park Inwook, has been a sought-after Korean brand since 2009 and championed by local rappers such as B-Free and CL. The brand first gained a lot of attention after BTS member Jungkook rocked their shirt in the ‘Save Me’ music video, and gained widespread fame after their first runway show at Seoul fashion week in 2018.

Check out their FW22 Exhibition full lookbook here and the video below.