THE LIBRARY IS AN INFORMATIVE OUTLET FOR ANYONE TO DIGEST THE CURRENT CULTURAL AND AESTHETIC TOPICS THAT WE FIND INTRIGUING, RELEVANT AND CURIOUS. THE PIECES CAN VARY IN FORM AND AESTHETIC APPROACH, RANGING FROM TOPICAL DISCUSSIONS ON ARCHIVAL GARMENTS TO A DISSECTION OF AESTHETIC THEORIES ABOUT ART, CRAFTSMANSHIP AND IMPACTFUL MOMENTS IN HISTORY.
THE ADJECTIVE, WHEN NOT A LIFE-GIVER, KILLS.
“Profile” is a column dedicated to exploring the sensibilities of independent creatives in the fashion sphere.
A perplexing figure in the industries of fashion and design Jakob Hetzer is an autodidact who sprung forth from Michigan and is now a traveling nomad of sorts who’s garnered a cult-like following on social media. We caught up with Hetzer to discuss the favorite pieces in his wardrobe, as well as his outlook on garments, design, and art.
A selection of 33 vintage Political Activist Tees alongside the stories and figures behind them.
This collection of t-shirts spans from the early 2000s through the 1970s highlighting important left-wing organizations and movements. Each tee features it’s own unique characteristics; from aged patinas and fades to DIY protest trends. Curated by Nathan Kottler.
Belgian Dark Horse Veronique Branquinho is one of the few European designers to accurately depict the nuances of womanhood, romance, and the underlying disquietude that’s present in our everyday lives. An imaginative take on basics coupled with her unparalleled sincerity makes her one of the unsung voices of a generation.
Presenting a 51 piece archive sale in collaboration with Avery Ginsberg, we have sourced the most powerful and distinctive garments to build the quintessential Branquinho Man and Woman’s wardrobe.
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