This limited edition collaboration seamlessly joins fashion, art and culture. Just three, 1 of 1 jackets will be offered, this being a size large. Each was sewn by hand in New York City before Deniz Sagdic applied her portrait artwork in Istanbul, Turkey taking approximately 20 - 24 hours to complete. They are true works of wearable art and each portrait is signed by Deniz and will never be created again. Your shipment will come with an 8x10, signed photograph of your jacket that is professionally framed.
100% cotton recycled denim with rib knit trim. This collaboration also uses cutting scraps and recycled denim from Turkish mills for the portrait artwork.
Our model Ana is 5' 8" and is wearing the size large. This jacket is meant to fit slightly oversized.
To see the measurements of the sizes available for this jacket, please see the Size Guide above on this product page.
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If you wish to exchange your purchase for a different size (if available) or an alteration, please contact us within 14 days of receiving your delivery. The exchange qualifies if your order meets the following requirements:
1. Your order was received within 14 days of when you contact us for the first time about your exchange.
2. It is in the same new, original condition that you received it in. The garment must be unworn and exchanged with the original attached tags.
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"The artist who was born in 1982 in Mersin, Turkey, began her art education in Mersin University’s Faculty of Fine Arts in 1999. She was included in various art projects during her education in the university, where she graduated at the top of her class in 2003. Her aspire to make it as an artist encouraged her to move to Istanbul, the art capital of Turkey, where she established her own studio years later. Her distinctive plastic style that involved liquid forms and portraits which, she developed in her early ages quickly became the artist’s signature. Her work was celebrated by critics, collectors, architects and interior designers and installed in various architectural spaces and design products."