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When We All Vote

Dover Street Market has called upon its community of artists and brands to create a collection in association with When We All Vote (WWAV). Enlisting 25 names that frequently work with Dover Street Market, the collaboration—which is titled “We Can Change the World Together, When We All Vote with DSM New York and Los Angeles”—aims to further raise awareness and participation in elections while closing the race and age voting gap by changing the culture around voting.

WWAV (which was launched in 2018 by co-chair Michelle Obama) and DSM tasked the 25 participants with creating something that featured a voting thematic of their choice. Combined, the works reflect on DSM’s “Beautiful Chaos” thematic it applies to its retail experience, but this idea has never felt so apt in a world of vocal diversity. As a result, it’s hoped that the collaboration will further spread WWAV’s message to all of those who can, and should, vote.

The artists and brands involved are: Alastair McKimm, Alex Israel, Ari Marcopoulos, Bravado (working alongside Beastie Boys, Guns N’ Roses, and Selena Gomez), Cactus Plant Flea Market, Cam Hicks, Dan Cole —Sky High Farm, Denim Tears, Exchange Program, Goodfight, Honey Dijon, Hood By Air, Ignored Prayers, Infinite Archives, IRAK, Marc Jacobs, Maroon World, Matt McCormick, Midland Agency, Off-White™, Sci-Fi Fantasy, Stüssy, and Vaquera.

All of the designs will be celebrated in a photo campaign shot by and featuring the participants themselves, with art direction conducted by Ronnie Cooke Newhouse.

Launching on September 26 at Dover Street Market’s LA and NY stores, as well as on their respective E-Shops, 100-percent of the collection’s profits will be donated to WWAV for its work on this, and forthcoming, elections. Find out more about When We All Vote’s work on the non-profit, non-partisan organization’s website.

Posted by: TAWD on September 25, 2020

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