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Daniel Arsham, the contemporary artist famously known for his eroded sculptures and hyped collaborations with the likes of Tiffany & Co. and Pokémon, has launched his very own apparel label dubbed Objects IV Life.
Created in partnership with Tomorrow's CEO and co-founder Stefano Martinetto, the newly-launched label is described to be an extension of Arsham's artistic practice. "Objects IV Life is an evolving proof of concept, an endless work in progress, a tangible manifesto for change: you are the vehicle," the artist explains in a press release, while Martinetto adds: "Objects IV Life is the product of a meeting of minds and a shared ambition between Daniel and myself to establish a brand that creates elevated workwear and accessories that are intended not for a single season, but for a lifetime."
The inaugural launch of Objects IV Life, titled "Chapter 001," features a collection of everyday uniforms that are all made in Portugal and Los Angeles with hardware sourced from Italy. Deadstock materials are used to craft denim jackets and jeans, as well as canvas tote bags. The range additionally includes a Workwear Blazer, Moleskin Hoodie Padded and Moleskin Shirt Jacket with jeans offered in wide-leg, straight-leg and baggy fits, in pale pink, powder blue, patina green and anthracite colorways.
Peep the campaign for "Chapter 001" above. You can shop Objects IV Life now via the brand's official website.