The latest collaboration with brothers Phil and Nick Goss sees the story of Orpheus and Eurydice depicted in a series of artworks and transposed onto a small range of clothing. This is the second part of the story. Regular shirt block with short sleeves – 100% recycled cotton tencel from Japan – Square straight hem with side vent – Full button through placket
“Cathal McAteer set up Folk Clothing back in 2001, and today the brand are known for their simple and everyday menswear and womenswear lines, which combine a subtle nod to architectural tropes with a streetwear aesthetic. Folk clothing is effortlessly wearable and made to last, realised in relevant colourways and silhouettes that will stand the test of time. Earthy and enriching tones often make up the collections, which extend from staples, such as t-shirts and socks, to outerwear and accessories. Folk Clothing has a handful of stores across London, including in Holborn and Shoreditch, but are also stocked in selected multi-brand stores who share their appreciation for a minimalist-meets-functional aesthetic.