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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Richard Haines, the mastermind behind What I Saw Today, captured the Brothers Bray in their somewhat natural habitat at the Pop Up Flea in Nolita. We had a blast conversing with the customers and hand-stitching a variety of one-off Billykirk items. Thanks to all of you who were able to make it down.

This isn't our first sketch and hopefully not our last by him. Richard visited the Guild Show in Vegas last year where one of our new travel bags caught his attention.

Richard is certainly no stranger to these terrifc, well composed flats. He was recently asked to do a series of sketches at the J. Crew Liquor Store in Tribeca and the new J. Crew Men's store in SOHO. He has worked for Calvin Klein, Bill Blass, Perry Ellis, Sean Combs, luxery hotels and does private commissions. Word on the street is that the fine fellas at 3sixteen are working on something with Richard.

J. Peterman may have put this form of fashion illustration on the map but Richard's brand breathes a certain life into it that is both honest and real.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow. you guys...that is an incredibly nice mention. thanks so much...

July 11, 2009 at 2:14 AM  

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