Shanghai Tang Limited Edition Fixed-Gear Bike

On July 2, 2012 by waikit

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Richemont-owned lux­ury brand Shang­hai Tang has been busy at work over the past year team­ing up with design­ers, artists and inter­na­tional brands, cre­at­ing lim­ited edi­tion items for Mole­sk­ine and Nespresso, col­lab­o­rat­ing with the Lau­reus Sport for Good Foun­da­tion, and hold­ing an exhi­bi­tion of the Chi­nese con­tem­po­rary artist Huang Rui. For its lat­est exclu­sive part­ner­ship, Shang­hai Tang menswear designer Armele Bar­bier part­nered with Colossi Cycling’s Jan Kole on a spe­cial fixed-gear bicy­cle. With a thor­oughly mod­ern and light­weight design that echoes yet updates the iconic Fly­ing Pigeon–style Chi­nese black cycle so ubiq­ui­tous in cities like Bei­jing from the 1950s-1990s, Shang­hai Tang’s fixie is avail­able in two of the brand’s trade­mark col­or­ways, fuch­sia and orange. But, as always, style doesn’t come cheap: prices range from HK$9,800 (US$1,263) for fuch­sia to HK$10,800 (US$1,392) for orange. The Shang­hai Tang fixie is avail­able exclu­sively at the new Shang­hai Tang Man­sion on Dud­dell Street in Hong Kong. For addi­tional infor­ma­tion, con­tact customerservice@shanghaitang.com. Shang­hai Tang Man­sion 1 Dud­dell Street, Cen­tral, Hong Kong 香港中環都爹利街一號 Map Via Jing Daily

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