RSVP Soundsystem Vol. 003. Live recording from Zach Coffman’s DJ set at RSVP Gallery’s 6-Year Anniversary Week Closing party at Soho House Chicago on Aug 28, 2015
Adidas Originals enables Raf Simons’ to push the boundaries of design and Raf Simons continues to inspire our own creativity. This time around expression comes in the form of illustrations, an underrated art medium in a digital era. Our very own Zach Coffman picks up good old pen and paper to pay tribute to a few of our favorite sneakers from the dynamic duo.
Illustrations by Zach Coffman
OFF–White c/o RSVP Gallery for the S/S ’15 collection entitled “Moving Still.”
Video by Zach Coffman and Jake Osmun
RSVP Gallery presents Travi$ Scott for the Fall ’14 Raf Simons/ Sterling Ruby collection. In an unprecedented move, Raf Simons puts his namesake label on hold for one season in order to drop the collaborative collection. For nearly a decade, Raf Simons has been a fan and friend of the contemporary artist Sterling Ruby. Ruby’s mixed media work is known for exploring counterculture, a shared interest between the two artists that led to a collection inspired by the punk scene of their youth. Ruby approached Simons’ classic silhouettes like a canvas, utilizing DIY techniques from punk aesthetics to create both hand dyed and mass-produced garments that bring their nostalgia for youthful rebellion to life.
One of the most anticipated lines in our autumn/winter collection is T by Alexander Wang. The New York-based label, launched in the spring of 2009, is the sibling brand to Alexander Wang, yet it is in a league of its own. Each piece from the brand has a minimal, casual, downtown-cool appeal and carries Wang’s signature grunge style. You can expect high-quality cottons, loose-fitting tees, perfectly slouched sweaters, and plenty of repeated wear.
He is the image of the invisible God, the first born of all creation. The Second Collection by Fear of God is a refined extension of their first collection. Featuring essentials that can be worn alone or in layers, the collection features a wide range of pieces that are reminiscent of not just 90’s youth culture, but of England’s working class in the 80’s.