Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket
Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket

Études x Keith Haring x MTA Jacket

$1,300.00 130000

There's a decidedly engineering feel to this jacket & we mean that in the "drives a train" sense not the "made your parents happy but now you're just sitting in a cubicle answering to your annoying supervisor even though you do all the actual work" sense. Repressed experiences aside the shape of this jacket is akin to a classic chore coat. A slightly longer length paired with a myriad of pockets really adds to the utilitarian vibe. The outside cops some shiny metal hardware to pop against the thick & soft ("Delicate, but masculine!") cotton canvas fabric. Up front is the MTA logo whilst the back features a patch with Keith Haring artwork.

Internally there's a full quilted satin lining throughout the body & sleeves along with a hidden pocket for all of your naughty items aka a movie ticket stub you'll forget about for a few years until one day you go to put another one in there & pull it out but you can't remember when it was from because the text has long faded off.

The influence of New York on Études is more than apparent in this 3 way collaboration that pairs Keith Haring's artwork with the iconic New York City MTA logo. This convergence of artist & canvas are incredible when you consider that many of Haring's iconic subway chalk drawings (like seen here) were at the behest of the very MTA that shares space on this jacket.

About the Collaboration

Études presents their limited collaboration with New York’s one and only Keith Haring — the artist who entrenched 80's street culture into almost every conceivable realm of the world. The subway was his laboratory, the sidewalks his canvas. The symbols of Haring's work came to represent the world around him. From barking dogs of authority to radiant babies of hope & three eyed monsters of greed; his iconic style became entrenched with the rise of street culture throughout the decade.

Mid-length chore coat made from soft 100% cotton canvas with quilted satin lining. Custom metal rivets, buttons & zipper used throughout. Sewn rubber MTA logo patch on chest, screen printed cotton patch on back. 2 waist pockets, zippered chest pocket & 1 internal pocket.

Made in Poland

Relaxed fit, we'd recommend taking your normal size.

 48 = Medium/Large | 50 = Large/X-Large

 

There's a decidedly engineering feel to this jacket & we mean that in the "drives a train" sense not the "made your parents happy but now you're just sitting in a cubicle answering to your annoying supervisor even though you do all the actual work" sense. Repressed experiences aside the shape of this jacket is akin to a classic chore coat. A slightly longer length paired with a myriad of pockets really adds to the utilitarian vibe. The outside cops some shiny metal hardware to pop against the thick & soft ("Delicate, but masculine!") cotton canvas fabric. Up front is the MTA logo whilst the back features a patch with Keith Haring artwork.

Internally there's a full quilted satin lining throughout the body & sleeves along with a hidden pocket for all of your naughty items aka a movie ticket stub you'll forget about for a few years until one day you go to put another one in there & pull it out but you can't remember when it was from because the text has long faded off.

The influence of New York on Études is more than apparent in this 3 way collaboration that pairs Keith Haring's artwork with the iconic New York City MTA logo. This convergence of artist & canvas are incredible when you consider that many of Haring's iconic subway chalk drawings (like seen here) were at the behest of the very MTA that shares space on this jacket.

About the Collaboration

Études presents their limited collaboration with New York’s one and only Keith Haring — the artist who entrenched 80's street culture into almost every conceivable realm of the world. The subway was his laboratory, the sidewalks his canvas. The symbols of Haring's work came to represent the world around him. From barking dogs of authority to radiant babies of hope & three eyed monsters of greed; his iconic style became entrenched with the rise of street culture throughout the decade.

Mid-length chore coat made from soft 100% cotton canvas with quilted satin lining. Custom metal rivets, buttons & zipper used throughout. Sewn rubber MTA logo patch on chest, screen printed cotton patch on back. 2 waist pockets, zippered chest pocket & 1 internal pocket.

Made in Poland

Relaxed fit, we'd recommend taking your normal size.

 48 = Medium/Large | 50 = Large/X-Large