Daft Punk’s Pop-Up Shop Looks More Like a Museum Than a Store
The robot duo are selling limited edition merch in Los Angeles.
Photos taken by Jas Davis
Brimming with set pieces, artworks, photography, and robot helmets, the first-ever Daft Punk pop-up shop looks more like the first ever Daft Punk Museum. Amidst rumors of an upcoming Alive Tour and a symbolic Grammys performance with The Weeknd, the robotfathers of modern dance music launched the shop at Los Angeles-based concept store, Maxfield, and are selling a selection of limited edition apparel and accessories. In addition to items created by Daft Punk's Official Merchandise team, the store features special edition pieces by some of Maxfield's esteemed designers, including Hervet Manufacturer, who released a Daft Punk cruiser deck a couple years ago, and Gosha Rubchinskiy, one of the young designers featured in Lou Stoppard's fashion show about boy culture. The pop-up is a fanboy's dream, with everything from Daft Punk New Era Hats and KWay Jackets to Wham-O Frisbees, Russell Yo-Yo's, and Medicom Toys.
Daft Punk's pop-up shop is up at the Maxfield store in Los Angeles through February 19th. Learn more on the Maxfield website.