Fashion stylist turned streetwear designer Erin Magee recently previewed the third collection of her MadeMe line, a collaboration for Fall 2008 with designer Peggy Noland and artist James Blagden replete with flannel shirts, lambskin motorcycle jackets, leggings hand-printed in one of the last US roller-printing factories, and tees with hand-drawn graphics.
“This collection is French inspired - playing on the language to create bold, expressive statements," explains Magee. "Speaking of bold, I also wanted to collaborate with James Blagden because of the way he raises contemporary and even taboo issues with humor in his artwork, specifically when he intentionally draws pretty girls only to have them revealed as ugly." Available at MadeMeClothing.com.
- Lesley Scott
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