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God’s Prey was born from the outer-galactic design team of Meghan MacRae and Sean Reveron (Rockers NYC). Together they took a cosmic journey and created a brand that speaks to the celestial being in us all. They are focused on designing garments for both women and men that capture their inner energy, and on pushing the boundaries of originality by making art with clothing. That one can clearly see, already in their first collection. Vibrant designs, patterns and styles can be found in this first offering.

For their Fall/Winter season, The Night Marchers, they feature high quality cut and sew with subtle luxurious details. They use custom 40-singles t-shirt bodies to make each shirt a special piece. God’s Prey uses only the highest quality fabrics, materials and notions for all of their garments, and all their clothing is 100% made in the USA, a welcome trend that we have been seeing for a while now in the high end market.

Let’s see where the collection will end up later this year. We could see it well sitting in stores like Seven New York, next to brands such as Cassette Playa, Jeremy Scott and other more colorful high end lines, that go crazy in terms of design but will not let you down on the quality.

Take a detailed look at the God’s Prey Fall/Winter 2009 Collection “The Night Marchers” after the jump.

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