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unless x christine miller Hoodie

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Owning your narrative.

Christine’s take - “Continuing the use of watermelon imagery - I used watermelons as a symbol of truly learning your history and owning your narrative. Watermelons with flowers pays homage to any black person plagued by any false narrative - with hopes of starting conversations to question ingrained stories in everyday society.”

Our hoodie is the ultimate luxury utility vehicle. Built with a heavy weight cotton fleece and reinforced construction, it is true to its workwear roots. The modern, relaxed silhouette brings luxurious comfort and style. Traditionally crafted in Los Angeles, CA and made 100% from plants (which means zero plastic.) This is what sustainable streetwear should look and feel like.

This hoodie was born to die, so when you’ve worn it to death, send it back to us and we’ll make sure it disappears without a trace.

Ingredients

Plants, plants and more plants.
Cotton fabric
Cotton labels
Cotton thread

Innovation

Every bit of this hoodie, from fabric, labels, and sewing thread is made from plants. After you wear it in and someday, wear it out, send it back to us and we will safely return it to the earth through our composting process.

Details

Reinforced kangaroo pouch
Double layer elbow panels
12.5OZ cotton fabric
Relaxed fit
Zero plastic
Biodegradable

About Christine

Christine Miller is a conceptual artist based in Portland, OR. A Product Developer by trade with a deep understanding of manufacturing processes - Miller explores the design intentionality of physical products, literature and advertisements produced to dehumanize African Americans. Her work centers around racial stereotypes and histories while simultaneously reframing cultural narratives.

Christine's inspiration

These photos are an experimentation visual inspired by process art. Continuing the use of Watermelon imagery - I used watermelons as a symbol of truly learning your history and owning your narrative. First presented as 31 Watercolor paintings in a show at Portland Art Museum - these pictures of Watermelons were actually a piece I bit, photographed and kept during an artist in residency in May. Paired with flowers - the flower photographs were taken on walks around the neighborhood and a reminder to be present - it’s a form of self care. Watermelons with flowers pays homage to any black person plagued not just the Watermelon stereotype but any false narrative for that matter - with hopes of starting conversations to question ingrained stories in everyday society.

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