The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping fast, but that doesn't mean your wardrobe has to develop seasonal depression. If there's anything that can improve your closet this season—and your mood, too—it's Print All Over Me's latest collaboration with graphic designer Joel Evey.
Founded by siblings Meredith and Jesse Finkelstein, the New York City clothing brand and collaborative community Print All Over Me takes its "URL 2 IRL" brand mission to heart. Since launching in 2013, PAOM has teamed up with more than 50 artists and companies (such as illustrator Hattie Stewart, the band tUnE-yArDs, and Tumblr) to turn virtual designs into clothing and other objects like beanbags and curtains. These collaborators might span the creative spectrum, but there are common threads running throughout: a kaleidoscopic array of clashing, colorful patterns, and the playful vibe that has become PAOM's calling card.
This week PAOM debuts its latest partnership with Clothh, a Philadelphia design studio helmed by the graphic designer and former Urban Outfitters print art director Joel Evey. Since leaving the fashion retailer in 2014, Evey has worked on everything from industrial lighting to branding and design for companies including Nike and Levi's. Evey says that the collaboration with PAOM arose organically after he and his design partner met Jesse Finkelstein in 2014. Along with the oversize jackets, leggings, and tops we've come to expect from PAOM, Evey's collection also introduces a PAOM first: slip-on and lace-up sneakers splashed with psychedelic designs. Fittingly, Evey says the patterns are inspired by the internet culture that PAOM is so rooted in: "The pattern represents a resurgence of psychedelic culture, a combination of neon Day-Glo '60s era of design, then also what that feels like now that the internet has chomped it up and spit it back out."
Kick the winter blues before they start, and shop the new Print All Over Me x Clothh collection today at paom.com. (Prices range from $54 to $180.)