Series story /
Hong Kong famous photographer John Fung and WHOSTHATshop designer cooperate to design a series of works. Reflecting the scarcity of land and the skyscrapers rising in Hong Kong.
Under the multi exposure shot by John Fung, the crowded concrete city turned into surreal geometric images. When looking at those people-less images, we begin to question what put us in such an unsympathetic city situation. This is really deserve to review more on our own society.
Product Information /
There are rows of small houses which are folded of soft mesh on this cashmere jumper.
The orderly arrangement is well-organized as a prosperous city layout.
Wide hem and cuff is simple and fashionable.
Slim cut with a longer front hem.
This soft and silky jumper is full of details for you to look stylish and good taste.
Colour Selection /
1. Majority of goods in WHOSTHAT is limited edition. Each piece of goods has been personally checked by designer or artist. After the ordering, we will also examine the products one by one before sending. Our 200% inspection procedure ensures the completion of goods purchased, and hope you will be satisfied.
2. International purchase from The United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea and Australia will be served by Hong Kong Post airmail service. The mail tracking service is not provided.
3. Purchase from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia will be served by the S.F. Express. There is delivery number for tracking and recording.
4. All payments are processed by Paypal system. We do not have the payment and credit card information. The PayPal payment system protects the customers against any fraudulent or incomplete online trading.
5. Colours in pictures may be different depending on the screen appeared. Please ask if there is any difficulty.
6. We offer up to 14 days (international purchase), or 7 days (local purchase) return period.
If you have any question, please feel free to seek information from us.
Thank you for supporting WHOSTHAT.
We will strive to promote local creative industries in Hong Kong.