Ancestral methods meets modern application in accessories experts POST-IMPERIAL and Larose Paris‘ new range of cotton-dyed hats that includes two fedoras, two panamas, and two caps. Looking to Western Africa for inspiration, the collection adopted the Adire principles developed by the Yoruba people of Southwest Nigeria that enlisted an artist to hand-paint and dye cassava paste onto each piece, with all fabrics dyed in Nigeria. POST-IMPERIAL’s obsession with bold prints and color palettes is familiarized in a stunning lookbook of bright standout colors, print and texture that was shot in Harlem by progressive photographer Ivan Bideac. All clothing featured are made by POST-IMPERIAL.
All products are now available for purchase for a price range of $135-315 USD online at Larose Paris and POST-IMPERIAL as well as global retailers including UNITED ARROWS, Mohawk General Store, No Man Walks Alone, Jogging (Marseille), Inner (Milan), C Store (Stockholm), Less (Taipei), Fou (Jakarta), Slou (Lisbon), Meyvn (Chicago) and Juice (Hong Kong). check out Larose Paris’s latest lookbook for Spring/Summer 2016.