Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren Presents: Project Warehouse
Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply Project Warehouse Part Three
Sub-Brand Partners With Arran Gregory For Final Instalment
Polo Ralph Lauren’s premium sub-brand Denim & Supply has released the final instalment of its Project Warehouse series.
The three-part creative initiative concludes with British illustrator and sculptor Arran Gregory, who has created a range of unique artwork on a denim canvas.
A behind the scenes video, and exclusive-to-FashionBeans images show the Chelsea College of Art & Design graduate transforming a photograph into geometric lines.
It follows on from Denim & Supply’s earlier work with Grammy-nominated DJ Avicii and LA-based portrait artist Alexa Meade.
All three were shot by American photographer Mark Seliger for the Denim & Supply AW14 advertising campaign.
To coincide with the final project, Denim & Supply is giving shoppers the chance to win a customised jacket by Gregory. Entrants are being asked to take a full length selfie inspired by the ads before posting with the hashtag #projectwarehouse. The competition closes 9 November.
An edit of Denim & Supply’s latest collection, selected by the artist, is available to shop now. Pieces include a camouflage long-sleeve T-shirt (£45), french terry sweatshirt (£80) and slim fit Italian selvedge jeans (£155).
Video: DENIM & SUPPLY RALPH LAUREN -- SPRING 2012 WAREHOUSE PROJECT: THE REVIVAL OF INDIVIDUAL STYLE
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