At Rive Droite, Saint Laurent’s double-destination concept store, things have just become musical. Curated by creative director Anthony Vaccarello, the house is putting on a series of live sessions centred around the unique cultural experiences of emerging music talents.

Premiering today, French musician Franky Gogo will become the first personality to be featured in the expressive project. He’s a transgender creative smashing archaic boundaries, one genre at a time. Fast and Too Much, his debut EP, is composed of four electronic, indie, pop-punk tunes that amalgamate the disparities of brutality and softness, happiness and sorrow.

All the action kicks off at 8pm GMT across Saint Laurent’s social channels, where Franky Gogo will be performing at the Paris-based Rive Droite store. Get the drinks in, this is set to be a good one.

Tune into Franky Gogo’s performance from Saint Laurent’s Rive Droite store at 8pm GMT here.

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