TRANSFER, NTWRK’s annual two-day livestream shopping festival, is back for a second year, bringing with it a new line-up of anticipated drops.

The event is curated by CLOT’s Edison Chen and his agency 3125c and artistically directed by Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara. The entire event will be cast on October 6th and 7th via the NTWRK app.

As the first TRANSFER last year was meant to take the place of the long list of cancelled in-person events, this year’s showcase expects to do the same with an even bigger selection. Exclusive products, cultural pieces, limited-edition collections, music, and panels are among the offering and itinerary. Among the drops are Kerwin Frost‘s first venture into home goods in partnership with Windows 11, the CLOT x sacai x Nike LDWaffle in the “K.O.D. 2” colorway, and much more.

“We promise that this year will be even more fun with the TV show format, which will keep everyone entertained with laughs, good products, good content, and Hiroshi Fujiwara,” said Edison Chen.

TRANSFER pulled in 250k+ global shoppers last year and is part of a line-up of NTWRK fests that also includes Beyond The Streets, Off Court, Surface, Family Style To Go, Sneaker Con, and OPEN HOUSE. This year’s TRANSFER is co-hosted by Aleali May and Zack Bia.

Download the NTWRK app for exclusive access to the event and more information about the drops and curators. Mark your calendar for the event and get a sneak peak at just some of the upcoming drops below.

TOYQUBE x Dr. Woo Astro Boy

CLOT x Arcade1Up Street Fighter II Big Blue

Albino & Preto x Wu Tang Clan: PROTECT YA NECK

Brightmare Super Janky by Alex Pardee & SuperPlastic

CLOT x sacai x Nike LDWaffle

Snoopy w/ Food Bowl by Medicom x Objective

Archive Editions & Daniel Arsham: MA 002 (Teddy Bear)

Kerwin Frost x Windows 11 Home Goods


NOMAD by Ganga 2.0

Psychworld x Stash


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