Beauty in dialogue: Paul Hernandez and Tom Pollock

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“Inspiration is a living and breathing concept. It can be the way the wind blows gracefully through the trees or an attempt at seeing the blacks of the earth.”
—Paul Hernandez


We build our ethos upon the expression of beauty. It is not strictly the surface that concerns us—we subscribe to the depths, the logic of survival and the pursuit of the sublime. To that end, our tribe is brave, and we honor their work in our series on good company.

We recently collaborated with photographer Paul Hernandez and make up artist Tom Pollock. The result is a saturated black and white editorial of our Fall offerings styled by Kimberly Douglass at the site of Richard Serra’s installation "Wake" in Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park. 

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