Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie
Gallery 002 Hoodie

Gallery 002 Hoodie

Regular price $595.00
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Details
15 oz Loopback Heavyweight cotton french terry knit in Japan
Set-in Sleeves
Bar tacks at kangaroo pocket
Double needle coverstitch seam construction
Various styles of embroidery throughout the piece
This garment has undergone a wash to remove all shrinkage
French Terry Color: Oatmeal and Vintage Navy
Rib Color: Navy
Embroidery color: Multi

Size & Fit

  • True to size
  • Model is wearing a medium
  • Model measures: height 6'0"/ 183cm
  XS S M L XL XXL
Chest 21.5" 22.5" 24" 24.75" 26" 28.25"
Shoulder 19.75" 20" 20.75" 22.25" 22.5" 24"
Length 28.25" 29" 29.5" 30" 31" 31.25"
Sleeve 28" 28.75" 29" 29.25" 29.25" 30"

 

Care & Origin

  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash cold
  • Air dry flat
  • Sewn in Los Angeles

Description
Inspired by sweatshirts from the 30's-50's, the gallery hoodie is cut from 15oz loopback cotton french terry and 1x1 rib. This high quality fabric was sourced from mills in Japan with a rich history dating back to the mid 19th century. The weight is perfect; not too heavy or too light, making it an ideal piece for year round wear. It features two-tone color blocking reminiscent of styles from that era. To pay tribute to true vintage, our cuff and hem ribbing is cut at 3" high. All seams are finished with merrow edge overlock and double needle coverstitching, to ensure long lasting wear and durability. Not one detail of this piece was overlooked. The base colors of this piece are pulled directly from one of the most recognizable vintage hoodies - blue and oatmeal. We started with those base colors, and incorporated one of our reoccurring concepts: the gallery hoodie. For our second iteration we were inspired by elementary school tile mosaic art. Traditionally, each student would be able to draw whatever they wanted onto a square tile. By the end of the project the teachers would arrange these tiles on a wall, creating a larger mural out of the individual artworks. Our interpretation of this features whimsical yet slightly more mature "tiles" covering the hoodie. The contrast fabric of this hoodie features a vintage sun fade, and the body features a yellowing tint to mimic authentic aging. 

 

 

 

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