HOW IT BEGAN
Sánchez-Kane, the Mexico City-based menswear designer, has always been confident about her vision. She unapologetically honors her roots, while paying tribute to the people often left in the shadows. She is known to present construction workers and trans people of Mexico with reverence and style, and describes her label as a, "Mexican clothing brand curated by emotional chaos.”
HOW IT BEGAN
Our collaboration with Bárbara Sánchez-Kane and Nicodim Gallery celebrated the essence of the Mexican mercado. People from around Los Angeles came to Boyle Heights for a weekend pop up featuring art, culture, and our very own jewelry design. The silver ring we created was inspired by the mythical, celestial tears that gave humanity the gift of mezcal.
The gallery encompassed Mexican elements that have been transformed into global experiences. Together, innovation and authenticity created something revolutionary. Rings, accessories, prints, products and designs filled the space while shrines embellished with flowers and bottles decorated the borders of our signature mezcal bar. Together, we presented who we are, and where we come from, to build a bridge and celebrate our own brand of rebellion.