Tim Joo, a founder of Haerfest, a New York City-based leather accessory brand, at the W Bellevue pop-up event on Wednesday. Nicole Jennings/staff photo

W Bellevue hosts Haerfest pop-up fashion event

  • Monday, October 30, 2017 9:22am
  • Life

In partnership with The Council of Fashion Designers of America and W Hotels, W Bellevue hosted a VIP preview party of the Haerfest pop-up shop this week.

The VIP party was hosted by Nelson Yong on Wednesday, Oct. 25 at the Living Room of W Bellevue. The pop-up shop opened to the public on Thursday and Friday is its last day.

Haerfest, the NYC-based leather accessory brand, was founded by brothers Tim and Dan Joo.

The Haerfest pop-up brings the latest styles for fashionable professionals to Bellevue. It showcases leather accessories for both men and women, giving guests and locals alike a chance to shop a curated collection among the bold, witty design of W Bellevue.

This unprecedented partnership reinforced the W brand’s ongoing love of fashion and commitment to fostering emerging new and the next talent, W Hotels said.

W Hotels’ support of the program includes various designer showcases that provide exposure to new retailers, consumers and media; inspiration trips to any of more than 50 W hotels and escapes around the world; on-property presentations; and more.

W Bellevue is located at 10455 NE Fifth Place in Bellevue.

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