After its residency in London, vintage clothing brand Too Hot Limited is travelling to Birmingham this month for an exclusive pop-up in Harvey Nichols. The capsule collection boasts some of fashion’s most iconic labels and will be available at the Mailbox store for four weeks in a dedicated pop-up space in the menswear department.
Born out of a love for buying and selling vintage Stone Island, Too Hot Limited is the part-time passion turned full-time operation founded by Ollie Evans, who has built up an unrivalled archive of sought-after sportswear for guys in-the-know.
Celebrating Birmingham’s rich cultural heritage, the Too Hot Limited space will boast an exciting range of rare and lust-worthy retro designer and sportswear pieces that reflect the city’s football culture and Jungle and Garage musical influences from the early 90s. The result is a selection of clothes that have a deep cultural connection with a host of fashion rarities from streetwear heavyweights including Stone Island, CP Company, Naf Naf, Iceberg, Lacoste, Ellesse, Henri Lloyd, Moncler, Sergio Tacchini, and Fila.