TEEKS x Doug's – ‘Something To Feel Vintage’ Collection (Limited Edition)
In line with the upcoming release of his debut album ‘Something To Feel’, TEEKS is proud to launch his extremely limited, sustainably-crafted merch collaboration with New Zealand fashion label, DOUG’S.
With their core values in mind, TEEKS and DOUG’S have repurposed select vintage and dead stock t-shirts and crewneck sweaters from the 80’s & 90’s to create a limited edition merchandise line.
Each piece is one-of-a-kind, and embroidered and screenprinted here in Aotearoa.
Pushing the boundaries of traditional merchandise, the pair honour sustainability and craftsmanship by creating with purpose and intention, minimising waste, and creating designs that are an extension of their respective arts.
‘Boys Don’t Cry’ Sweatshirt – 7 available
We have 7 sweatshirts in this design. Your chosen colour & size may appear slightly different than pictured here as not all items are able to be shown in photographs – each item is completely unique, as is the nature of one-off vintage stock
- Due to the nature of using one-off vintage garments, the label on your Sweatshirt may read different than your ordered size, but will still fit like the size you ordered
- For example: when ordering a Medium, the label may read "XL", but will still be a medium fit
- This item is a pre-order – estimated shipping is March 26
- Each purchase includes a digital download TEEKS’ debut album ‘Something To Feel’. The digital download will be emailed to purchaser's email address on March 26
A MESSAGE FROM TEEKS & DOUG:
For this collection we wanted to push the boundaries of merchandise. To only create with purpose and intention — to be mindful of waste, the product and the process. We focused on sustainability and detail. We wanted this to be an extension of our respective arts — to blur the line between disciplines and further our self-expression
To keep in line with these values, we repurposed vintage and dead stock garments from the 80's and 90's. They're one of a kind and can't be reproduced - helping keep Papatuānuku healthy by mitigating waste. As is our duty as Kaitiaki.
“Ko au te whenua ko te whenua ko au. I am the land and the land is me.”