More selection headed to A Current Affair May 12 + 13.
Our Spring collection preview for A Current Affair Brooklyn May 12 + 13. Modeled by Jackie Shuya Tan.
Our third collaboration with amazingly talented photographer and dear friend Nathan Perkel. This series exclusively features Jean Paul Gaultier pieces from the 1990s. Modeled by Isioma Iyamah.
Our second collaboration with the talented Cary Fagan, featuring archival Jean Paul Gaultier, Norma Kamali, Helmut Lang and Yohji Yamamoto vintage from our collection. Modeled by Shannon Chase and Cranston Mills.
Our Winter Preview for the A Current Affair Holiday show December 1st + 2nd. Modeled by Jackie Shuya Tan.
Eventide Chinatown explorations with Maxima Cortina in TEMPLO. Photographed by Nathan Perkel.
A dystopian work week explored through garments. Featuring 1990s Jean Paul Gaultier, Kenzo, Comme des Garçons and MIU MIU from our collection. Modeled by Jackie Shuya Tan. Photos and direction by Danielle Nemet.
A foto collaboration with Artist and Model Sarah Abney.
Bask and Bloom. Our Spring Preview for A Current Affair LA April 1 + 2, 2017. Styled By Mel Eligon. Modeled by Janiva Ellis.
Fotos by Jeff Enlow for Templo. Modeled by Isioma Iyamah and Tauni Malgren.
A collaboration with Brooklyn based artist Stephen Faillace showcasing his artwork as a collection of hand painted leather vintage items.
Our concept was to highlight Stephen’s graphic, colorful patterns and artwork on a wearable medium. Reminiscent of the downtown and club kid scene of the 1980s, Stephen’s artwork exemplifies and exudes a time in which difference was celebrated with color and vibrancy.
Styled from our Vintage collection, we paired the pieces with garments from iconic designers of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Windcoat by Issey Miyake, Geoffrey Beene, Versace and Junya Watanabe for Comme Des Garçon, Maison Martin Margiela
Fotos by Nathan Perkel
Our First collaboration features Photographer and friend Nathan Perkel and his prior works as projections in a new and ethereal composition. Our vision in this set of photos, styled and sourced by Templo, was to convey the minimalist structural designs and concepts captured by Nathan in Japan. Honored with these abstractions are the pieces from the 1994 Collection from Japanese design house, Comme des Garçon, Junya Watanabe, and perennial nonpareil American designer Norma Kamali — modeled by the beautiful and talented Yojaira Alvarez.