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Perhaps it’s as simple as process, but something about Michael Weseley’s “Open Shutter” project back in the early 2000s struck a chord with us leading up to our Fall collection. The German-based artist used extremely long exposures over, say, a two to three year span, to capture the moving landscape around MOMA in a single frame. You could say, like Weseley, we’re in it for the long haul.

Perhaps it’s as simple as process, but something about Michael Weseley’s “Open Shutter” project back in the early 2000s struck a chord with us leading up to our Fall collection. The German-based artist used extremely long exposures over, say, a two to three year span, to capture the moving landscape around MOMA in a single frame. You could say, like Weseley, we’re in it for the long haul.


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