NOAH Pairs With Fashion Illustrator Antonio Lopez for Capsule


NOAH Pairs With Fashion Illustrator Antonio Lopez for Capsule

NOAH has uncovered its latest collaborative capsule. The New York City-based imprint has teamed up with famed fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez to deliver a range of garments and skate decks adorned in artwork from his 1975 “Bathtub Series” photography collection of Pat Cleveland.

“In the dynamic landscape of American art and fashion, Antonio Lopez is revered as a true arbiter of style,” NOAH began. “Working throughout the 60s, 70s, and 80s in New York, Paris, Tokyo, and beyond, his artistic partnership with Juan Ramos revolutionized fashion illustration, photography, and publishing to help reshape visual culture for generations to come.”

Read more about Lopez in NOAH’s Instagram post below.


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Apparel in the capsule spans swimwear –trunks, briefs and a one-piece swimsuit each fully engulfed in a mosaic of “Bathtub Series” – as well as graphic tees and hoodies. One graphic features Lopez’s illustration of Carol LaBrie from 1969, while another set of tees and hoodies spotlight a photo of a payphone. Skate decks surface in two iterations as well.

Michael Bailey-Gates shot the campaign, which features Bailey-Gates himself alongside his “muse” Jane Moseley; the two post on the beaches of Malibu in homage to Lopez’s “Girls” series.

Check out the campaign in the gallery above and shop the full NOAH x Antonio Lopez capsule now at NOAH’s official webstore and NYC flagship.

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