loosejoints x AIR GARMENTS TOMOO GOKITA - 'Free Drawing Logo' Air N-65
AIR GARMENTS BY RYOHEI KAWANISHI
Through AIR GARMENTS, Kawanishi's unique interpretation of contemporary social issues, the SDGs , and the language of sustainability, which have come to be frequently used in the fashion industry, are expressed. After returning to Japan, AIR GARMENTS collaborated with Nishikawa Shokai, the largest automobile recycling business in the Sanin area, which I met in Tottori, where I have been working since returning to Japan . , and explores the meaning of manufacturing in contemporary fashion.
Representative of LES SIX Co. , Ltd. Former LANDLORD Creative Director (2015-2020) . Former professor at Parsons School of Design . Born in Tottori prefecture in 1987 . In 2006 , moved to England. BA from Central Saint Martins, London, 2011 . Moved to New York in 2013 . Enrolled at Parsons MFA Fashion Design & Society through the Uniqlo “ Tomodachi-Uniqlo ” fellowship and received a master’s degree in 2015 . He also teaches at the same school. In the same year, he established Landlord and assumed the position of creative director. Participated in the New York Collection on an official schedule from 2017, presenting twice a year. In the same year, LES SIX was established as a base for production activities in Japan . 2017 MoMA " Is Fashion Modern ? " It was the first fashion exhibition held at the MOMA (Museum of Modern Art, New York) in 74 years since "Are Clothes Modern?" in 1944 . Along with six other Japanese designers, including Rei Kawakubo, Yoji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake, Naoki Takizawa, Noritaka Tatehana of Comme des Garçons, and Tamae Hirokawa of Somalta, she became the youngest designer to provide work. In the same year, the “fashion after fashion” exhibition was held at the Museum of Art and Design in New York City , and the “Utopian Bodies” exhibition in Stockholm, which won the Exhibition of the Year in 2015 . We also carry out a wide range of activities. Retired as creative director of LANDLORD in 2020 . Moved the base of operations to Japan.
Born in Tokyo in 1969. Tomoo Gokita started with illustration, he was influenced by the American subculture and underground of the 1960s and 1970s, and published works inspired by magazines and photographs of the time.
He gained attention and enthusiastic support for his drawings in the late 90's.After that, he mainly produced monochrome figures drawn with acrylic gouache on canvas.He has also published his work in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, etc. and has received high In addition, there are many of his publications, including "Shuffle Railroad Song" (2010), "777" (2015), "Holy Cow" (2017), and "PEEKABOO"(2018).
Born in Tokyo in 1969.
Starting with illustration, he was influenced by the American subculture and underground of the 60's and 70's, and presented works inspired by magazines and photographs of the time.
In the latter half of the 90's, he gained enthusiastic support for his drawing works. After that, he mainly produced monochrome portraits drawn with acrylic gouache on canvas. His works have been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, etc., and have received high acclaim.
In addition, there are many publications, and collections of works include "Shuffle Railway Song" (2010), "777" (2015), "Holy Cow" (2017), and "PEEKABOO" (2018).