If You Don't Know, Now You Know: GREI for AW16

If You Don't Know, Now You Know: GREI for AW16

GREI began in 2011 as the expression of Andrew Spargo and Larry Paul’s mutual appreciation for vintage bandanas; after spending years scouring flea markets and thrift shops for the accessory that makes many people picture both bank robbers and vintage cool, the two decided to make their own. This experiment soon led the partners to make other accessories, then garments, and soon enough, they had a fully-fledged collection on their hands. In many ways, hands are at the core of what GREI represents, since the brand roots itself in unique textiles, U.S. manufacturing, and traditional processes. Many of GREI’s garments are hand-dyed using natural indigo in Spargo and Paul’s Brooklyn studio, which is evident in the slight but stunning variation in shade that garments like the Cargo Pants in Micro Grid have.

GREI NEW YORK AW16 MEYVN CHICAGO

GREI NEW YORK AW16 MEYVN CHICAGO
 


October 12, 2016

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