ExhibitsEXPLORE THE ART EXHIBITS
In its Retail Lab debut at Cadillac House, in partnership with the CFDA, title of work designed a pop-up store and concepted events that invited guests to enjoy unique sensory experiences of our Spring ’18 “Dirty Words” collection.
Season 13: Mars
As an extension of its Fall ’17 collection, Designer and Artist Jonathan Meizler took New York Men’s Fashion Week attendees to Mars. With 36o-degree footage provided by NASA, title of work created a video to simulate the various stages of going to The Red Planet, which was displayed alongside its neckties, bowties, scarves, pocket squares and jewelry from the collection.
Season 11: Installation
Luxury menbs accessories brand Title of Work was a special guest at New York Fashion Week Menbs. Designer and artist Jonathan Meizler created an art installation for the brandbs 11th season, replicating the Fall b16 collectionbs New York City blueprint on a 16-foot necktie. The replica was hand stitched with waxed cotton thread on 100% silk, with ping-pong ball bbeadsb added on individually throughout the duration of the exhibit by an expert artisan.
btitle of workb teamed up with 14 powerful personalities from diverse backgrounds and industries to launch the Exhibit A collection at the Robert Miller Gallery in NY. Shot in their own environments in Exhibit A ties or bowties by world-renowned menswear and celebrity photographer, Chiun-kai Shih, the 14 tastemakers consisted of: Steven Kolb (President of the CFDA), Joe Jonas (Musician), Nic Roldan (American Polo Player), Sabir Peele (Founder of bMenbs Style Prob Blog), Marcus Teo (Founder of Teo Creative and Stylist/ Creative Director to Georg Jensen), Miles Chamley-Watson (World Fencing Champion), Richard Haines (Artist), AndrewAndrew (DJ Personalities), Matt McGorry (Actor),
“Anatomy of a Tie” Art Exhibit
Designer and artist Jonathan Meizler uses the tie as a canvas to express the dichotomy of social mores through formal and deviant ideologies. Taking from his past as a couturier, he constructs a bridge between the feminine and masculine worlds; creating itricate organisms. Relics, beads, silver, and precious stones adorn each piece through a process of interference and precision. They are self-sufficient entities made up of symbiotic yet contradicting components: matte vs. sheen, minimalist vs. ornate, obedience vs. defiance.