High Density Collection
Richardson x WTAPS
Richardson x Unused
The Spike NYC Collection
The Spike was a New York City leather bar that gained notoriety in the 1980s-90s as a space where S&M, butch masculinity, kink, and club culture came together. The Spike NYC Collection is an homage to the infamous establishment and lifestyle of the era.
War Rug Collection
Richardson Fall/Winter 2020 1st Delivery
Richardson x Jeanette Hayes
Richardson Fall/Winter 2020 T-Shirts
Richardson x Pope.L "Trump Train" T-Shirt
The enigmatic artist Pope.L, known for his endurance performances, most infamously the physically grueling crawls of “eRacism” has had a career spanning nearly five decades, including recent exhibitions at the Museum Of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Pope.L’s incitements of protest and stark critiques of the American landscape - be it the entrenchments of race and racism, the corruption of Wall Street or the rampant consumerism of a neoliberal state - are as necessary now as they were in the 1970s.
The Richardson x Pope.L “Trump Train” T-Shirt benefits the United Way of Genesee County, a community organization chosen by Pope L. that funds programs and services to Flint, Michigan.
Richardson x Lovely Day
Lovely Day is a New York City restaurant located at 196 Elizabeth Street in the Nolita neighborhood serving Thai cuisine. Since opening, Lovely Day has been a downtown institution and a staple of local infrastructure. Proceeds from Richardson x Lovely Day provide support for the New York restaurant during this difficult period. The collaborative T-Shirt & Hoodie features the Lovely Day logo, painted by George Skelcher.
Richardson x Forty Percent Against Rights
FORTY PERCENT AGAINST RIGHTS (FPAR) was founded by Tetsu Nishiyama, in 1992. The label features bold text graphics and provocative slogans on its DIY-aesthetic silk-screen T-shirts to communicate its message. The name FPAR is based on a concept Sk8thing heard, that if an original artwork was modified by at least 40 percent, "the rights to that particular artwork don’t exist anymore”. Richardson x Forty Percent Against Rights "Full Censored" T-Shirt features a modified interpretation of Richardson Magazine issue A4 with signature FPAR graphics.
Richardson x Hysteric Glamour
Hysteric Glamour is a Japanese designer label created by artist Nobuhiko Kitamura in 1984 -producing clothing based on the theme of 1960's mass media, music, comics, pornography, automobiles, package design and neon signs.
Richardson Incense Burners