I can finally say I am happy in our “own skin” and not interested in producing designs to please any outside influence, other than our customers.
Continuing our agenda to disrupt the broken fashion machine, we proudly present our latest, off-calendar collection.
Completely designed and manufactured in our in-house Brooklyn Factory, the collection is a collision of various inspirations from, and reactions to, our modern age.
All items are now available in our online store.
Thank you WeAr Magazine
Many thanks to Modabot for the interview.
SVSV continues to use art as a vehicle to expand and communicate its anti-mass agenda. This week, we debut three artistic collaborations designed to amplify the core craft philosophy that defines our brand. Our brand believes that the ideas we generate share equal weight with the objects we create. Art is the bridge that connects these two realities.
Victor Antonio x SVSV
Josh Vanover x SVSV
Michael Ostermann x SVSV
Special thanks to Henrik Vibskov and his amazing NYC team (Rune & Vanessa) for the support on our SVSV launch and showcase.
It was a great success and we are honored to have relaunched with someone we respect so highly.
Check flickr for more pics.
Please join us in Soho tomorrow evening to celebrate our SVSV Re-launch.
Serum Versus Venom continues its pursuit of Futurecraft© by aggressively colliding vintage military fabrics and workers’ garb with modern, functional designs. The utilized vintage fabrics span 90 years of global military history. All fabrics are individually selected and closely inspected for quality.
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Special thanks to Phil and the rest of the team from Madbury Club. I do not remember a more well put together interview since we sat down with Inquiring Minds years ago. I enjoying shooting the shit!
You can view the full interview here.
We are proud to release the online version of the new SVSV Book.
Please view the Lookbook here.