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February 2010

Nine Days Jeans, Premium Denim by Donwan Harrell

Nine Days Jeans, Premium Denim by Donwan Harrell
Leadership is the prerogative of the brave. The courage to be first is only imbued in the select few with the rest relegated to the anonymity of mediocrity. For the past decade, Donwan Harrell has been at the forefront of innovation in the denim industry leaving the competition with no choice but to follow suit. With Nine Days denim, Harrell brings his revolutionary design to those of the revolutionary mindset. To those who separate themselves from the masses. The iconoclasts, the counter culturists. Those who wear their fashion as a badge of honor indicating that they are unlike the rest.

Nine Days is the product of ingenuity and art using denim as a canvas. Forged from the mind that brought you PRPS, Harrell now brings you the color of 70’s revolution and the attitude of 80’s punk in a timeline convergent with the fashion forward – with an average retail price under $120 as to lower the price on the ownership of cool.

Using premium denim with unconventional washes and treatments, Nine Days is not for those that accept the uniform. This is for the influencers, the early adopters, the beneficiaries of the flattery which is bred by imitation. To win the race you can’t be afraid to take the lead.
Donwan Harrell

LVMH x Parson

LVMH x Parson
On February 17 at Milk Studios and Parsons The New School for Design will celebrate artisanship with “The Art of Craftsmanship Revisited: New York” exhibition featuring works of Parsons students created under the tutelage of New York artisans.

A project that began in late 2009, “The Art of Craftsmanship Revisited: New York” is a multi-level collaboration between LVMH, Parson and local artisans. For several months, 23 teams of Parsons students from different design fields were each assigned to a local Master Artisans.