Nom Wah x Adam Lucas: Neighborhood

Nom Wah x Adam Lucas; Photo by Kareem Black; direction by Christine Reilly

“Nothing has influenced me more as an artist as the vibrant visuals and culture of Lower Manhattan. The designs and art are low-key nods to both Chinatown and the surrounding areas.” — Adam Lucas

It’s been a while since we had some fun with apparel!

On Tuesday, our good friend Adam Lucas (sometimes known as Hanksy unveiled his latest work at 168 Bowery. Titled Neighborhood, Adam teamed up with us to create a capsule collection that captured the spirit of both Chinatown and the Lower East Side.

In addition to the limited edition threads—short and long sleeve tees, jackets, sweatshirts, totes, and enamel pins—Adam’s artwork was on display in both small and large formats. Guests took in the show with pan-fried dumplings and steamed siu mai by yours truly, while sipping on cold beer from Tsingtao Brewery.

Catch a glimpse below at a few of our favorite images from the event!

Lead photo by Kareem Black; direction by Christine Reilly

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