Richardson Takes Summer 2019 Lookbook to Quaint New York City Neighborhoods
As a follow up to Richardson‘s special project with FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS, the New York-based label returns with its latest drop of Summer 2019 pieces.
Richardson’s latest lookbook is set amidst various street corners, quaint butcher shops and tiny cafés, showcasing a range of four monochromatic T-shirts and one tote bag. One of the highlights of this capsule is a collaboration with British photographer Nick Waplington, whose works span such projects as his photo series “Living Room” as well as shots of Alexander McQueen‘s last season. Drawing from his work, the “Surf Riot” T-shirt is emblazoned with an image of a plane crashing over Huntington Beach in California, depicting the riot that took place in 1986.
Another standout piece is seen modeled by Ella Richards, granddaughter of Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones. The printed image on the T-shirt is an art piece titled “Dripping Honey” and features collages at the front and black and white prints at the back. Model Julia Fox makes an appearance, too, wearing prints of the iconic “New York” typeface.