HOUSE OF WILDWOOD X The Parkside Hotel
THIS ENTIRE COLLECTION WAS MADE FROM RETIRED HOTEL DRAPERY
Urban environments can be harsh—brutalist concrete towers, looming over giant beige walls. Artists have, for centuries, been engaged in a community enhancement project that the Romans gave a name: Graffiti. As a product of regulatory necessity, hotel drapes are a pragmatic mixture of aesthetic and practicality: fire retardant and light resistant, while still being part of the decors supporting cast—they are the concrete tower. We were inspired by the Roman’s method and reimagined the drapes as a blank wall: something poised to become meaningful.
Inspired by the classic anoraks of Arctic exploration. This water resistant jacket featured large flap pocket on front, a three part hood with toggled drawstring and recessed recycled ribbing cuffs. House made labels.
THE CARGO SLACKS
Inspired by the roomy slacks of the 1930s. Featuring two side pockets, two large cargo pockets on each thigh, and contrasting pockets and waistband. House made labels.
THE BUCKET HAT
Inspired by the fishing hats of the 1900s. This reversible, water resistant hat features our custom spray paint art. House made labels.
THE FANCY BAG
Inspired by the classically desirable Birkin bag, introduced in 1984. Featuring reinforced construction, two inside pockets, and hand woven handles. House made labels.