In the spirit of gathering eclectic influences, and introducing into men’s fashion what hadn’t been there before, title of work routinely pursues exciting collaborations. Headlined by iconic NYC street photographer Meryl Meisler, fall 2019’s immense talent that includes:
Meryl Meisler’s iconic contribution to NYC street photography began in the early 1970’s, after graduating from Wisconsin and returning home to a New York City on the verge of bankruptcy. Nevertheless this disjointment, she commented in a recent NYT article, made her feel as though she belonged, having recently come out as a lesbian. By faithfully documenting NYC’s grit and complexity with unusual tenderness for more than forty years, Meryl Meisler claims her place beside contemporary masters Diane Arbus and Jacques Henri Lartique. Explore these edition creations of 50 per style available globally.
Best-known for his illustrations, Marcellus Hall’s work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, and Time, among others. His most recent illustrated children’s books include What’s New? The Zoo! (Scholastic 2014) and Duddle Puck The Puddle Duck (Simon & Schuster 2015), and his debut graphic novel, Kaleidoscope City, was published in 2018 by Bittersweet Editions.
Born and raised in Gifu, Japan, FUNQUEST’s earliest influences were anime and manga, followed by a “tumultuous” career in music before turning to street art, which he now practices in New York City.
Joan Di Lieto
A painter whose works, in her words, are “testaments to the human spirit”, Joan Di Lieto is a New York City native whose recent public pieces include the “Garden of Alchemy” and “Golden Nest”, both Byzantine-inspired gardens for the #100gatesproject on the Lower East Side of NYC.
A former architect originally from Montreal, Canada, and Caracas, Venezuala, Alf Gadberry’s graphic design, illustration, and brand development pay close attention to special concepts.
An Iranian-American street artist, Moe Shahheidari takes influence from early hip-hop culture and pop-art. His sociocultural-conscious work recently was featured in the #1000gatesproject on the Lower East Side.