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KESH x American Apparel Capsule Collection

KESH and American Apparel in celebrating the release of the KESH x American Apparel capsule collection this Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 in New York.

KESH x American Apparel
Collection Release Party

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013
7:00PM - 10:00PM

American Apparel
183 East Houston St
(at Orchard St)

RSVP via Link: 
http://sydneyreising.fashiongps.com/events/SRC/?i=01jk2kjk5kokmnj

Or by Email:
KESH@SydneyReising.com



About KESH:

KESH is a Los Angeles based visual and digital artist. The London-native works with an array of mediums that integrate bold shapes and digital graphics with a monochromatic color scheme. KESH held her first independent show entitled ME.ME.ME in Los Angeles in winter of 2012 featuring 14 signed and framed 40x52 self portraits. 

KESH has been featured in top tier publications including Elle, Cool Hunting, Vogue, i-D, LA Weekly, and WAD. The artist is known for her loyal fan base that includes Kayne West, Theophilus London, Jeremy Scott, Cara Delevingne, Azealia Banks, and Natalia Kills. KESH currently spends her time in her sanctuary called "The Cave" a work studio located in the heart of Los Angeles, California. The artist, who debuted a capsule collection of "wearable artwork" with American Apparel last week in Los Angeles, is set to showcase a collection of her artwork during Art Basel this coming December 2013. 

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