Central Saint Martins alumni Emma Chopova and Laura Lowena explore their English-Bulgarian roots by transforming forgotten textiles into eclectic pieces of art with a raw energy and offbeat refinement.
Established in 2006, Suicoke is a cult Japanese brand known for bold performance sandals made with technical fastenings and molded Vibram footbeds.
Founded in New York, Bode produces timeless, handcrafted, one-of-a-kind clothing cut from antique fabrics, Victorian quilts, grain sacks, bed linens and more.
La Réunion's lovingly hand-stitched pieces are made of recycled materials sourced from fashion designers, vintage stores and estate sales in New York.
Dover Street Market is a globe-spanning, multibrand retail concept store created by Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and her husband, Comme des Garçons President Adrian Joffe. This exclusive collaboration with SPACE features DSM's innovative edit of its emerging and gender-fluid brands.
Designed by Eli Russell Linnetz and based in Venice Beach, California, ERL is a unisex brand that captures the West Coast's laid-back vibes. Linnetz frequently collaborates with artists and brands like Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Grimes, adidas, Apple Music and Tesla.
Designed by DJ Honey Dijon, the unisex American label is a celebration of bold graphics and maxed-out colorways with an assortment of T-shirts, bags, accessories and leather jackets.
A Guadalajara-based brand founded by Mexican designer Antonio Zaragoza, Liberal Youth Ministry focuses on nongendered silhouettes with an edgy yet romantic aesthetic.
Founded by Gosha Rubchinskiy and pro skater Tolia Titaev, Rassvet is named after the Russian word for sunrise, which illustrates the brand's desire to highlight a new dawn in Russian youth culture. Their unisex Russian street aesthetic has elements of vintage '80s gym and West Coast hardcore skate culture.
Vaquera is a New York design collective made up of Patric DiCaprio, Claire Sullivan and Bryn Taubensee, whose mission is to empower people who identify as outsiders through subverting standard fashion and gender codes.
Victor Weinsanto is a Paris-based designer who trained at Atelier Chardon Savard Paris and worked at Y/Project, Maxime Simoens, Chloé and Jean Paul Gaultier before launching his namesake label. Weinsanto's collections are known for their joyful, energetic spirit, retro-futuristic designs and cabaret themes.
This Singapore-based creative collective's 13-person team is composed of designers, musicians and illustrators who use the brand's irreverent, unisex streetwear as a platform for social commentary against political inequality.
Meet the artist and creative visionary behind the SPACE x Dover Street Market concept shops and special-edition zine. We chat with him about his process for the project, his personal approach to design and how he hopes creativity will help us take care of each other.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre