Daniel Arsham Imagines Le Corbusier's Aged Tailoring for Poggy's 2G
A coat, suit, shirt and pouch receive the “eroded” treatment.
Following exclusive goods from the likes of Suicoke and Carhartt, Poggy’s Parco mall-based 2G outpost has delivered its latest artist collaboration. After joining with Hajime Sorayama for an expansive selection of graphic goods, 2G has enlisted Daniel Arsham for a Le Corbusier-inspired “eroded” selection.
A shop coat, suit, shirt (not pictured) and pouch have been elevated by Arsham’s signature fictional archaeology technique, realized here by way of all-over printed graphics atop the neutral off-white base tone. Arsham took a liking to the shop coat uniform that Poggy designed for 2G’s staff, yielding the lengthy design that Poggy sports above. Meanwhile, the suit is inspired by the one worn by famous architect Le Corbusier, sporting a relaxed fit ideal for lounging.
Arsham’s printed garments will launch in-sore and on 2G’s website July 31.
Most recently, Arsham and APPortfolio issued a special gray iteration of the Hollow Mickey figures.