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The Collective Quarterly Issue Ø

A publication centered around travel, exploration and lifestyle, The Collective Quarterly debuts

A publication centered around travel, exploration and lifestyle, The Collective Quarterly debuts with issue Ø. In this issue, the collective visits Marfa, Texas and presents a number of artists and craftsmen. Together they worked with Faribault Woolen Mills, Drift Eyewear, Fischer Clothing and Duluth Pack to produce some unique accessories based on their experiences. Amalgamating creatives from across the board, this issue uncovers each label’s expertise while also showcasing the design process behind each collaboration. All documented via striking imagery and in-depth features, cast your eye over the short clip above for a preview and head over to The Collective Quarterly for pre-orders of issue Ø and the collaborative pieces.

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