We again teamed with Atelier New York to open the StyleZeitgeist pop-up, as people have been inquiring about the products they missed the first time around. We will be ready by 5 p.m. this afternoon and the shop will be open for ten days through December 18th. While we have sold out of some styles and we now offer the rest of the products online, there is nothing like experiencing these products in person. We will also have back issues of the magazine and the limited edition poster.
As part of the StyleZeitgeist 10th Anniversary pop-up shop and in conjunction with Atelier New York, we are helping launch the personalized footwear program by A19123. For the first time ever customers will be able to order three classic A1923 styles in fabrication and color they desire.
On September 13th, from 6-8 p.m. the A1923 designer Simone Cecchetto will be on site in order to guide customers through the available choices. If you miss the launch, you will still be able to order a custom pair of A1923 footwear at Atelier, exclusively in New York City. A1923 will subsequently roll out the program in select boutiques worldwide.
As part of the StyleZeitgeist 10th Anniversary pop-up shop, we collaborated on the 2-piece capsule collection with the Australian label Song For the Mute, whose work we have championed since the label’s inception. The collaboration combines the signature structure of Song for the Mute garments with a custom fabric developed exclusively for this collaboration. The handmade Japanese fabric execution of the Raised Neck Coat is a homage to the Peter Saville’s iconic ‘Unknown Pleasures’ album artwork for the post-punk band Joy Division.
As part of our 10th anniversary celebration we will open a pop-up shop inside the new storefront location of Atelier New York. We will carry exclusive items from many designers we have supported over the years and who have graciously agreed to create exclusive products for the shop. All of the products are either new styles or have been customized in some way. Most come in limited editions of three to five pieces. Some come in editions of ten or eleven. In the coming days we will begin releasing product imagery. I will try my best to be at the pop-up every day, so come and say hi.
After being cooped up in a tenth floor gallery space in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, Atelier New York, the iconic shop that has been instrumental in promoting the way we dress now, has finally moved to a storefront location in Greenwich Village. It quietly opened its doors this past weekend at its new address, 20 West 8th St. The new interior has retained some of Atelier’s original fixtures, such as the long marble table and the fur-lined dressing rooms.
Dear readers – we would like to invite you to two events in New York this weekend with the German designer Leon Emanuel Blanck, whose anatomic work results in garments of unparalleled complexity.
Leon Emanuel Blanck at Atelier New York
Atelier New York, an iconic menswear boutique that shuttered its doors in 2013, has reinvented itself, re-opening under new ownership as an eclectic shop for men and women. Since the rumor mill surrounding its rebirth has gone into overdrive, I decided to speak with Lu Han, the new owner, and Karlo Steel, the former co-owner who has remained at Atelier as head buyer.
We met in the lobby of Hotel Americano in West Chelsea, around the corner from where Atelier is now located on the tenth floor of a building in which other tenants are art galleries and fashion companies.
Last week we co-hosted an event for the tour of Yang Li and Genesis P-Orridge with Atelier at White Box in New York. Below is our coverage.
Dear readers – this Saturday we would be happy to see you at the Yang Li & Genesis P-Orridge event, presented by Atelier New York