Fashion’s go-to artist, Daniel Arsham, has recently turned into a full-fledged designer at the helm of his recently launched label, Objects IV Life. Now, multi-his hyphenate is taking his fresh title to new heights by presenting his first show during his Paris Fashion Week. The presentation on January 19th will premiere the brand’s Chapter 003 collection.
Details on the occasion are sparse, but if the line is anything like Object IV Life’s Chapter 001 collection, which launched last June, it could include a wide range of unisex ready-to-wear, footwear. Yes, and accessories.
Today, with over 1.3 million Instagram followers, Arsham is mainstream with the concept of “imaginary archaeology”, which evokes contemporary artifacts such as eroded cultural relics and decaying technological devices from materials such as sand and selenium crystals. became. His work has caught the attention of the fashion industry. Over the past five years, Arsham has contributed his signature aesthetic to fashion labels such as Dior, Tiffany, Rimowa, Adidas and Uniqlo.
“Tradition and modernity are what we try to combine, and Daniel helps us do that,” said Arsham, who previously used a Rimowa suitcase and a Tiffany box. LVMH’s Alexandre Arnault, who built the ‘imaginary archeology’ version, business of fashionPlus, he’s very powerful on social media and it’s a success for us to be in this conversation. He helped us reach a new customer base. ”
Arsham will launch Objects IV Life in 2022, providing investment and sharing services to a roster of emerging fashion imprints including Martine Rose, Loverboy by Charles Jeffrey and Arnau Vaillant with London-based brand accelerator Tomorrow. increase. Arsham signed a deal with the group’s CEO, Stefano Martinetto, in 2019, along with Tomorrow’s chief development officer, Julie Gilhart, former Acne, and his studio’s designer, Matthew Grant, former Burberry. Built the brand’s founding team, including Chief Merchandising Officer Judy Collinson.
“Objects IV Life consists of foundational pieces aimed at building a uniform wardrobe for the creative lifestyle,” Arsham previously said of the brand’s identity. “Designed between New York City and London, all garments are made in Portugal and Los Angeles with custom hardware from Italy.”
Revisit the brand’s workwear-focused Chapter 001 collection here and stay tuned for Daniel Arsham’s first Objects IV Life show during Paris Fashion Week on January 19th.
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