INTRODUCING: ASSEMBLY

Although we get excited about nearly everything new at Blackbird we are especially giddy to introduce Assembly of New York to Blackbird. If you are not familiar with this little Lower East Side shop and in-house label all you need to know is that Blackbird regards Assembly as our favorite place to shop in all of New York for ourselves.  The shop is impeccably curated and well stocked with new and vintage treasures, but MOSTLY... the staff is helpful, friendly, humble and fun.  Such a joy.  


Here is a little about Assembly from their web site:
Started in 2008, an artisan hub for designer information and fashion resource, Assembly New York is a mens and womens boutique focusing on international and otherwise hard-to-find luxury labels alongside curated vintage and art d'objet. Many of the articles are the result of collaborations with designers and are exclusive to our New York location and website.
In 2009 Assembly introduced the in-house collection, designed by owner Greg Armas. This collection is a unisex and uniform range, combining exclusively natural and historic fabrics in a spirit of a future-primitive instinct; utilizing the organic technology of those survivalists before us. Garments of linen, cashmere, and fine cotton with leather and pure silk details (fur-lined pockets, suede-lined waistbands..) are intended to create comfort and durability, allowing each piece to stand on its own and achieve archival quality. Subtlety is paramount and design details are concealed and personal, available only to the wearer. All garments are handsewn in New York City and are available year round in varying and appropriate fabric selections. 
We offer full service styling and editorial service and vintage resourcing to the public and industry
 Assembly New York
170 Ludlow Street
New York NY 10002
 
 

 According to Suzy, our resident Russia expert, the Assembly Spring 2011 collection echos the work of artist Kazimir Malevich and the Russian Constructavists of the early 20th century by favoring geometry, modernism and social revolution.  While stereotypes of Russia might remind you of the cold of Winter, think Springtime at the family Datcha or 80s youth hanging out in Red Square plotting revolution.








Assembly - Baggy Trench
in grey
$465
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Assembly - Longrise Short
in grey
$260
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Assembly - Baggy Three Quarter Pant
in grey
$298
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Assembly - Suede Backpack
in black
$236
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Assembly - Wax Cotton Backpack
in navy
$236
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INTRODUCING: ASSEMBLY Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: Surur Syifaus

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