Jasper Pope Reads...
The two have joined forces to create the DV-100, a fully rebuilt 1978 BMW R-100/7 motorcycle, as well as a collection of limited edition sunglasses and leather goods, all of which will be on display at the event.
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Thursday, December 10th
6:00 - 9:00 pm
Shot on location in Paris, a short film to accompany the Death to Tennis FW15 collection.
Founded in 2006, Albam is an independent British menswear company creating a wardrobe of original, modern and British inspired styles. Based in the Midlands and London, Albam works with factories in the UK and Portugal that have generations of experience who help to bring the clothes to life.
With three stores in London, this is the first time Albam is available in the USA, we have an extensive selection of the Albam product range available in-store with additional items added on a regular basis..
Established in New York in 2013, handvaerk is a small, artisan label specializing in supremely luxurious pieces with a thoughtfully curated collection of high quality everyday essentials made from the finest natural raw materials and innovative fabrics. The inaugural collection is designed to form the foundation of a modern and timeless wardrobe.
We Cordially invite you for an evening of drinks and some good conversation with handvaerk's founders, to celebrate their new partnership with C'H'C'M'
Thursday, September 24th, 2015
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Launched in 2014, stòffa creates thoughtfully designed products focussing on true product innovation. Founded by Agyesh Madan, the former director of product development at ISAIA napoli. Stòffa will be offering its new series of made to measure outerwear and sports trousers at C'H'C'M'. The outerwear is made with beautifully clean lines rendered in lush supple suede and beautiful peached cotton fabric. The trousers continue the clean simple lines with detailed internal construction for true comfort. They will also be offering some of their signature hats and scarves along with the opportunity to place some special orders.
Commencing with a 3 day pop up at C'H'C'M' where you will be able to place orders for made to measure sportswear in a choice of beautiful fabrics.
September 3rd - 5th September / 11am to 8pm
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The Dowland Shop has installed a 30-day pop-up shop at C’H’C’M.
Pop-up dates: July 10–Aug. 10, 2015
Launch event: Thurs., July 30, 2015, 6–8 pm
The Dowland Shop sells one item at a time, in limited quantities. The shop is a project by Dowland (dowland.us), the multidisciplinary design studio of Matthew Chrislip, and exists both online and in physical space as a pop-up.
The first edition of the shop―Extreme Sport athletic socks (size 42– 43)―situates a set of Polish socks alongside a parallel narrative of the country’s involvement in the CIA’s post-9/11 program of extraordinary rendition and torture.
Matthew Chrislip is a multidisciplinary designer whose work spans graphic design, products, clothing, environments, and research. He founded his independent studio, Dowland, in 2008. He received a BFA in Graphic Design and French Studies from Brigham Young University and an MFA in Graphic Design from the Yale School of Art.
Extreme Sport athletic socks (size 42– 43)
Product of Poland
In 2002, Poland allowed the CIA to set up a secret prison at a military base in Stare Kiejkuty, in the northeast part of the country, as part of the US intelligence agency’s program of extraordinary rendition and torture. The European Court of Human Rights censured Poland for its cooperation with the CIA, citing the “torture and inhuman or degrading treatment” of inmates at the black site, where the range of coercive tactics included sleep deprivation, waterboarding, and sexual humiliation. In July of 2014, the Court ordered Poland to pay $262,000 to two inmates of the CIA prison, finding that the country’s complicity in the program violated numerous articles of the European Convention on Human Rights.
In December of 2014, the US Senate Intelligence Committee released a report on the CIA’s detention and interrogation program carried out at black sites around the world. The Committee’s report found that the use of torture not only failed to provide information that saved lives or prevented terrorism, but that the agency had lied about its efficacy. To date, neither the CIA nor the officials responsible for the extreme program of rendition and torture have faced charges.
In a secretly recorded conversation from earlier in 2014, former foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski described Poland’s relationship with the US as “worthless” and “downright harmful, because it creates a false sense of security.”
Presenting an exhibit by artist Nicole Patel, entitled 'A Collection of Small Works', opening this Thursday July 16th at C'H'C'M' in New York.
Featuring a range of works in plaster, beeswax, and a new graph paper series on muslin.
Opening July 16th 6pm to 9pm
music from Bysuchandsuch
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Presenting artist Jakob Haglof's first solo show, entitled Excerpts, opening this Thursday April 16th at C'H'C'M' in New York. The exhibition will run until May 14th and features large format line drawings with whimsical, subtly surreal visuals.
Haglof lives and works in Manhattan across multiple fields of art, graphic design and software development. He is also one half of the team behind the Proust's Mirror comic.
Jakob Haglof / jakobhaglof.com
All works will be available as originals and limited prints.
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A short film to launch our joint project with Ribbens. Camera and direction by Douglas Hart.
Work by artist Nicole Patel is now available in store, featuring the 'Fine Grids' series and the new 'Plaster Works' series
Artists statement below:
The pieces are informed by organic materials because they can hold at once quiet humility and great importance.
In working with these pure materials, I aim to work in a way that will uphold their full potential
the pieces could essentially be dismantled and repurposed, resulting in somewhat of a perpetual blank canvas
With the influence of minimal architecture and the practice of zen buddhism, the work unfolds as graphically
sound and resonates with a meditative quality.
I think the challenge is to find a way to make something by hand, in a modern world, that doesn’t need to be
excused for it's imperfections. I also think we are looking for something humanistic to live with today.
It is my intention as an artist to satisfy those needs.
- Nicole Patel
This booklet, the first in a series, is a unique reflection and documentation of C'H'C'M's in-house clothing line and the collaborators who made it possible. It provides a flexible space for the collaborating brands and manufacturers to tell part of their story, both in writing and in images. They, in turn, have furnished a range of content ― details of their company histories, revealing photography of their production facilities, and intriguing glimpses into the ethos of their brands, to name a few examples. Each collaborator's section is punctuated with an image of their piece that was developed in conjunction with C'H'C'M'. Over time, the booklet series will expand to create both an archive of C'H'C'M projects, and a unique group of perspectives on and by the brands who contribute to those projects.
Designed by Remake in New York, the booklet is a small 2:3 ratio rectangle which emphasizes its physical presence. It has to be held in the hand to be enjoyed. Printed in a deep blue ink on a lightweight uncoated paper and matching cover stock, the booklet was produced by Masterpiece Printers in Long Island City.
Shot on location in Glasgow by Brian Sweeney as part of the 6876 Arco jacket collaboration.
From this fall we introduce our in-house line, a highly edited selection of clothing made for us by the original set of manufacturers that we started selling at C'H'C'M' five years ago, along with an ongoing series of co-branded collections designed with some of the newer labels that we have helped introduce to the market.