Daily Paper and Van Gogh Museum Reunite for a Second Collaborative Line
For the Fall/Winter 2020 season, Daily Paper and the Van Gogh Museum reprise for a second collaboration which sees a selection of legendary Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh’s artwork reinterpreted and reproduced on a collection of winter-ready garments. While the first Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum explored the subject matter of Van Gogh’s art, for this second collaboration we turn our gaze back upon the artist himself. We hope to inspire and educate a generation by connecting the dots between the old and new.The Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum collection is priced from €70 - €280 and will be available at Animal Tracks. Click here to check out the pieces.
About Daily Paper Clothing
Through creativity, fashion and education, we aim to inspire young adults and set an example of giving back. Daily Paper has attracted a tribe of multidisciplinary creatives and cultivated a community of individuals who celebrate their own roots and champion inclusivity. The diverse and deep-rooted diaspora culture is the bedrock of our brand, echoing in every collection - and always portrayed through the lens of the youth.With an ability to unite global communities across borders, Daily Paper is more than a clothing brand.
About the Van Gogh Museum
With a collection encompassing more than 200 paintings, almost 500 drawings and over 700 letters, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam brings together the largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh anywhere in the world. Each year, the museum attracts more than 2 million visitors from around the globe and reaches millions more through its website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. With a mission to draw on the life and work of Vincent van Gogh and his times to inspire diverse audiences, both in the museum and beyond, products in our online shop and our partner projects also tell his story. All products and services are developed with an eye to the heritage of Vincent van Gogh, and the income generated contributes to advancing the activities of the Van Gogh Museum