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Quote of the day: Nan Goldin



Nan Goldin

“I really feel it’s so important museums listen to their artists, rather than their philanthropists. What is the museum for? Art is transcendent and that makes it very, very dirty if they take the money; it’s failing the whole idea of a museum as a place to show art.”
Nan Goldin, The Observer via Frieze (more…)



Buy it now: Drop Out Sports



Drop Out Sports Garbstore

There’s been a lot of chat lately about the return of preppy style, some of it right here on this very site. I thought it was interesting to see that Kent & Curwen showed a few women’s outfits on their AW19 runway last month, I’d like to request some size XS rugbys please!

On which note, menswear retailer Garbstore has just launched a new in-house line of rugby-inspired tops. Called Drop Out Sports, I love that these are all knitted and crafted in England from organic, heavyweight 380-gram cotton jersey for that authentic utilitarian vibe. (more…)



Positive fashion: For Days and the circularity of everything



For Days circularity business model

‘Circularity’ is a word that has been doing the rounds (lol – no pun intended) for a while and we’re going to be hearing it a lot more. Example: For Days, the subscription based, ‘closed-loop’ T-shirt company that lets you return its worn-out tees in exchange for a new one, then upcycles the spent fabric into new yarn.

For Days recently received $2.7 million in funding and is starting to licence its business model to other start-ups. (more…)



Eckhaus Latta on art, commerce and how we shop now



Eckhaus Latta Possessed at the Whitney Museum of American Art

“On the day to day, we are a lot more synonymous to being fashion designers, but we’re also still interested in asking these questions and engaging with our audience in a way that isn’t strictly about commerce. We’re so honored that our world has allowed us to do that.”

This looks like a good exhibition by Zoe Latta (quoted above) and Mike Eckhaus, aka fashion designers Eckhaus Latta, just opened at the Whitney Museum of American Art. (more…)