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LPD New York

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ABOUT LPD NEW YORK
LPD New York (previously known as “Les Plus Dorés”) is a clothing brand rooted at the intersection of high fashion and American streetwear. LPD New York strives to reimagine the conventions of fashion, and immerse couture concepts into streetwear designs.
Recent NYU graduate Benjamin Fainlight founded the label in 2012, which has been impacting the fashion and design world. The initial collection, known as “The Dream Team,” consists of t-shirts featuring the names of high-fashion designers in sports jersey format, with the artist’s birth year as the number. The July 2013 launch of LPD New York’s e-commerce platform debuted new styles, including hoodies and mesh jerseys, while displaying members of The Dream Team roster.
Expanding further on The Dream Team, LPD New York recently debuted “The Artist Series,” which adds names like Hirst, Warhol, and Pollock to the lineup that was previously limited to fashion designers.
LPD NEW YORK IN THE PRESS
LPD New York has garnered the attention of top tier media including Elle UK, Harper’s Bazaar UK, Vogue.com, HighSnobiety, HypeBeast, Nylon Magazine, Teen Vogue, The Sunday Times and more…
LPD NEW YORK STOCKISTS
LPD New York is available at specialty retailers worldwide, including but not limited to American Rag (LA, Fashion Island), Back2British (Taipei), BOONTHESHOP (Seoul), Browns (London), C’MON (Virgina), Cassidy (Tokyo), Commonwealth (DC), Fred Segal Conveyor (LA), Industrie Denim (SF), Kabuki (Paris), Lane Crawford (Hong Kong, Beijing), Net-a-Porter, Revive (Birmingham, MI), Tuchuzy (Sydney), Uneek Basement (Tokyo), UNKNWN (Miami), VFiles (NYC), and more…
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