Per a press release, the two-day pop-up celebrates the latest collection from designer Tremaine Emory, which incorporates visual elements inspired by the Gullah Geechee people, who were descendants of enslaved West and Central Africans who were forcibly brought to the lower Atlantic states.
With this new eight-piece collection, Emory has aimed to “recontextualize the DNA” of the Gullah Geechee.
Each product featured in the collection are made of 100-percent cotton, with the Indigo Hands 501s going for $295 while the Indigo Hands Type-2 jackets are listed at $325. Other pieces include the Indigo Hands Hat ($95), the Quilted 501s ($350), the Quilted Shacket ($400), the Quilted Hat ($150), the Quilted Tote ($195), and the Quilted Western Button-Up ($290).
Notably, the collection was recently featured by Complex as one of the best style releases of the week surrounding its July 16 unveiling via Dover Street Market Los Angeles. See the week’s full rundown of releases here.