'Artists Wanted' T-shirt
This FREECITY unisex cream cotton T-shirt has text front and back supporting the arts. The front reads 'Art Alivie' and 'supportartsandartistsFREECITYletsgolacma', while the back is emblazoned with 'ARISTS WANTED'. Wear LACMA is an art and fashion project featuring limited-edition pieces created by some of Los Angeles's top designers and inspired by the museums permanent collection and exhibitions. The one-of-a-kind fashion items will be at LACMA stores and through Farfetch.com with all proceeds benefiting the museum. This project was created by LACMA's Director's circle.
Made in United States
Designer Style ID: ARTISTWANTEDTSHIRT
Farfetch ID: 11240508
- 1.76 m
- 81 cm
- 86 cm
- 61 cm
Model is wearing size: S
- 5 ft 9 in
- 31.9 in
- 33.9 in
- 24 in
Model is wearing size: S
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- Cotton 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Hand Wash
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Nina Garduno started FreeCity in 2001 after a visit to Christiania, a freewheeling hippy enclave in Copenhagen. This trip to what she describes as a “free city” within a city—a place that felt lawless and free—got her thinking about other places she’d been that had the same feeling. Tassajara in Northern California, the community in New Mexico, Marfa, Texas—all places where like-minded people were living an alternative lifestyle. “Instead of moving to a place like that, I wanted to live that feeling in Los Angeles. So I made my t-shirt to tag myself as having a “free city” spirit”.