Greg Lauren

Greg Lauren, nephew of Ralph Lauren, is an artist who paints with oil on paper, creates clothes from paper, and has a superhero line made from vintage DC Comics. He has recently launched a line of wearable clothes made from vintage US Army tents and duffel bags in linen and canvas. I saw the collection a few weeks ago at Maxfield and have been lusting over that tan linen coat ever since!

(available at Barneys & Maxfield)

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  1. Awesome pieces, they look like they have a lot of history 🙂

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  2. Anne wrote:

    Woow exiting! That be an intersting piece to wear and quite perfect for strolls at the beach!

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  3. Nomadic D wrote:

    that, my friends, is incredibly cool

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  4. wow that’s awesome. A little to raggedy for my taste but still really cool.

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  5. Jessie wrote:

    how interesting. very different pieces. thanks for sharing this!

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  6. Rebelle Fleur wrote:

    Love love love these.

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  7. Annie wrote:

    Love ’em! I’ve never really had this kind of look in my wardrobe, but I’ve always wanted to…I would snap up that gray one in a heartbeat!

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  8. creatve, I’d like to wear this

    3.26.11
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  9. Rita Valentine wrote:

    It is pretty disturbing what some people consider “fashion”. If I wanted to walk around looking like a homeless person, I most certainly wouldn’t pay $2,500 to do so. As a matter of fact I would much rather purchase fifty $50 coats and donate them to actual homeless people than to wear something this hideous. You are whats wrong with this world.

    5.17.16
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