Burgeoning Los Angeles imprint Bouquet is a biannual publication and a specialty product/apparel offering that places an emphasis on portraits of people, time, and place.

The label highlights a group of artists native to one city in each issue, which is then subsequently accompanied by speciality items related to that issue. The back cover will also feature a special project regarding the included mailer for another item exclusive to those who purchase the issue and support the contributors from each city.

For its first issue, Bouquet denotes the exploration of various processes utilized by Los Angeles artists. Specifically relevant to it’s region, one photographer, one model and one illustrator, each participate in the spirit of exchange.

28 pages of model Taylor LaShae by photographer Rick Rodney, with centerfold artwork by Langley Fox will be featured, while the accompanying specialty items will be a 12oz. drinking glass with wet reveal ink that reacts to condensation, a Jim Krantz for Bouquet T-shirt and two photo postcards.

Additionally, for its first collection, the brand introduces classic silhouettes that will continue to update in upcoming drops, like a poplin Golf Jacket, over-dyed Hickory Work Shirt, a canvas tote bag and suede 5-panel caps. While most of the offering is made in USA, the brass 0456 Keychain is of particular focus, and handmade in Japan.

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View the first offerings from Bouquet above and for more info, visit the official website in the link below.

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