Slam Jam has been busy the past couple months. After opening an art space with Carhartt WIP, and more recently hosting the MADSTORE by UNDERCOVER pop-up at its Milan store, the Italy-based street wear distributor, is coming back to NYC and hosting it’s second-ever showroom.

Right in time for New York Fashion Week, the company that sits at the intersection of hip-hop, skate and club culture scenes, Slam Jam's new pop-up store carries a slew of exclusive items (made specifically for the pop-up) from brands like Denim Tears, NY Sunshine and Better TM. Alongside exclusive products, the shop also carries vintage grails from previous collections for all you nostalgic fans.

Slam Jam has its eyes set on a permanent U.S. stay, and due to the success of this pop-up, it should happen sooner than later. Take an inside look at Slam Jam's temporary SoHo store in the gallery above, and make sure to pay it a visit at 39 Spring Street.

In other fashion news, take a look at the Jaden Smith-approved Label C2H4.

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