The classic Benedict weekend bag, the Elliott writing portfolio, the Arnold portfolio, and the half-zip and bi-fold wallets were all rendered in two color ways in this new collaboration, with a limited number of 25 pieces per color way being produced. Prices range from $275 to $1,700.
Each piece is imprinted with laser etched interpretations of the figures the Moore & Giles man dreamed of one day becoming when he was young – an astronaut, scientist, cowboy, rock star, superhero, firefighter and beyond. Rooted in nostalgia, the collaboration intends to stir the imagination and rekindle fond youth memories.
The Richard Haines x Moore & Giles collection was first debuted on the runway during the Palmiers du Mal “Wonderland” 2017.01 collection show held with CFDA NYFW: Men’s on July 14. Styles from this collaborative collection will be available for pre-order on MooreandGiles.com starting August 2016, and in select retail stores starting September 2016.