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On the catwalk in Paris with Bode New York

In collaboration with Appenzeller Gurt, several unique pieces have been created as part of the fall/winter 2020 collection, inspired by New York artist and Appenzeller Gurt wearer Benjamin Bloomstein.

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Date : 2020

On the catwalk in Paris with Bode New York for the autumn/winter collection 2020

"The Guardian" calls Bode New York "the most influential menswear label you've never heard of." Designer Emily Bode is known for creating "keepsakes" from quilts, table linens and other vintage fabrics. Her rise speaks volumes about the changing demands of fashion. Her texture-rich, sepia-toned pieces are the antithesis of the sportswear style that has dominated men's fashion - mass produced - over the past decade.

In collaboration with Appenzeller Gurt, several unique pieces have been created as part of the Fall/Winter 2020 collection, with looks inspired by the early life & work of New York artist and Appenzeller Gurt wearer Benjamin Bloomstein.

Paris Fashion Week 2020

Bode's Fall/Winter 2020 (FW20) collection was presented at Paris Fashion Week in mid-January. The collection focuses on the New York artist Benjamin Bloomstein. His career or "education" runs through the entire collection, including his visit to Appenzellerland, where he has been an enthusiastic Appenzeller belt wearer ever since.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Bloomstein

The cultural background and unconventional schooling that form the basis for Bloomstein's work reflect Bode's principles of recycling, self-sufficiency, and a commitment to preserving craftsmanship. The collection pays homage to early communities and cultural groups long rooted in these traditions. Benjamin Bloomstein - a trained blacksmith, weaver and carpenter - creates a mix of sculptural objects and furniture as part of the Green River Project LLC collective.

A return to the Appenzell alpine dairies

In the sign of this return to the qualities of craftsmanship and tradition, Appenzeller Sennentum fits the spirit of the collection. The brass ornaments on belts, coats, trousers and shoes allude to the rural component and are used above all as a strong point of contrast to the uncharacteristically monochrome fabrics for Bode.

The Appenzeller slipper

The collection also includes the designer's first shoe design - the Bode House Shoe, intended for outdoor use but inspired by the comfort of domestic interiors. The shoes in the collection are a partnership with Plasticana, a 100% recyclable hemp-based shoe - also adorned with the high-quality Appenzeller belt ornaments.

Kerby Jean-Raymond, designer and founder of men's fashion label Pyer Moss, in his bespoke suit by Bode at Vanity Fair's 2020 Oscars party.

Bode New York - the somewhat different luxury label

Founded in July 2016 by Emily Bode, Bode is a high-end menswear brand that expresses a strong sentimentality for the past through the study of personal narratives and historical techniques. Silhouettes of workwear in modern style united with female-centric traditions of quilting or mending inform the collections. Each garment tells a highly individual story. One third of Bode's annual production is designed from antique textiles.

 

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