Byronesque.com, the online retailer and editorial website dedicated to rare vintage finds 20-years and older has curated a multimedia exhibition on vintage fashion and its influence in contemporary culture.
Byronesque.com//Offline will be shown inside the abandoned section of the James A. Farley Post Office where the space will be transformed into a fashion retrospective where consumers will be able to buy vintage pieces from Byronesque’s retail partners in London, Paris, LA and New York.
The event was created Byroneque’s Editor in Chief, Gill Linton and Creative Director Justin Westover as a way to “physically represent what the website does in the digital world: to educate people on the importance of vintage fashion and the impact it has on contemporary culture, and to explore the subcultures that created iconic fashion movements that we still see represented today.”
The exhibition includes rare pieces from fashion irreverent savants and will also be for sale, including pieces from Comme Des Garçons, Jean Paul Gaultier, Katharine Hamnett, Maison Martin Margiela, Issey Miyake, Stephen Sprouse, Vivienne Westwood and others.
James A. Farley Post Office (8th Avenue & West 31st Street)
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