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Mars
Mars
Fall 2017
Mars
Mars
Mars
Fall 2017

Mars: the fourth planet from the sun; Drawing inspiration from the book, “This is Mars,”  Meizler takes a textural journey in examining the unusual terrain & atmosphere of the ‘Red Planet’ in title of work’s Fall 2017 collection.

Entomology
Entomology
Spring 2017
Entomology
Entomology
Entomology
Spring 2017

The scientific study of insects; inspired by the dichotomy of angst & awe that these creatures evoke within us, this collection explores the graphic complexities of bugs through their deconstruction and altered reconstruction.

Gridlock
Gridlock
Fall 2016
Gridlock
Gridlock
Gridlock
Fall 2016

Grid-lock: no possibility of movement; difficulty of passage. Through the grids of metropolitan cities, this collection reflects the global stalemate that we find ourselves in, solidifying the imbalanced nature of our world while symbolizing hope and resilience as we move forward.

Blur
Blur
Spring 2016
Blur
Blur
Blur
Spring 2016

A blur. A gradual transition from one object to another. An abstracted view. An aberration of optical focus. An inventive use of fabrics and design elements blurs the lines of what menbs accessories should be and what menbs accessories could be.

5 Senses
5 Senses
Fall 2015
5 Senses
5 Senses
Fall 2015

Sight. Smell. Sound. Taste. Touch. b5 Sensesb interprets the literal, scientific, and figurative sensory faculties while maintaining semblance of their base structure, and shifts or enhances ones perception of them.

Shift
Shift
Spring 2015
Shift
Shift
Spring 2015

Shiftb: a formula for movement. Combining the art of needlework, mechanics and silver-smithing, inspired by the subtleties of kinetics and the patterns of trajectories

Beauty in Decay
Beauty in Decay
Fall 2014
Beauty in Decay
Beauty in Decay
Fall 2014

bfrom the skeletal structures of vacated buildings to the embalmed remains of ancient cultures, I have always been profoundly affected by the inherent beauty of objects in varying states of decay, and have chosen to apply certain processes within this collection.b

Mapping
Mapping
Spring 2014
Mapping
Mapping
Spring 2014

bcontemporary land topogoraphies, antique nautical maps and symbols evolve into modern, geometric patterns in this collection. inspired by Picassobs constellations and Flamsteedbs 15th century cartography, i explore our perception of scale, macro and micro and the art that has emanated from it.

Sexual + Spiritual Iconography
Sexual + Spiritual Iconography
Fall 2013
Sexual + Spiritual Iconography
Sexual + Spiritual Iconography
Fall 2013

bi find the link between religious ideology and sexuality to be inherently fascinating. from a cultural and artistic point-of-view, they have paralleled each other and i set out to explore this on a visual level. both prayer and the act of sex could be perceived as forms of spiritual cleansing… and merging the two ideas without irony is an interesting line to tread.b

Inked
Inked
Spring 2013
Inked
Inked
Inked
Spring 2013

bInkedb is about tattoo culture; the manifestation of indelible impressions through embroidery and needlework, the marking of the body becomes the art of the fabric. Like badges of honor, this collection reflects the need to materialize our own personal histories with unique identifiers and leave a trace behind.b

Taxidermy Couture
Taxidermy Couture
Fall 2012
Taxidermy Couture
Taxidermy Couture
Fall 2012

“i wanted to interpret an unusual subject: beauty in decomposition. Over the years I have become intrigued with the concept of mortality, incorporating elements that play with our sense of existence.”

Gentleman Meets Fetishist
Gentleman Meets Fetishist
Spring 2012
Gentleman Meets Fetishist
Gentleman Meets Fetishist
Gentleman Meets Fetishist
Spring 2012

‘The dual role of conservative meets fetishist create a unique balance of conflicting elements that has always intrigued me,’ states Meizler, ‘and the use of the tie, a symbol of masculine strength and power, acts as the perfect canvas’ the social humor does not escape one either..”

Where Bespoke Meets Couture
Where Bespoke Meets Couture
Fall 2011
Where Bespoke Meets Couture
Where Bespoke Meets Couture
Where Bespoke Meets Couture
Fall 2011

Jonathan Meizler returns to his roots in menswear with the introduction of an intricately constructed neckwear collection inspired from women’s couturebs techniques of Lesage, a practice rarely used in menswear. Each tie is adorned with hand cast sterling silver grommets, black diamonds, semi-precious stones or crystals. Lush italian cashmere, English wool crepe and silk mesh, in subdued palettes, offset the luster of the stones.

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