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Atelier E.B

Trio Sweatshirt, Burgundy

Atelier E.B

Trio Sweatshirt, Burgundy

Price: $210

Cotton sweatshirt with Atelier's neo-classic logotypes, mixing up artworld and sporting references. Unisex.

Trio Sweatshirt, Navy

Atelier E.B

Trio Sweatshirt, Navy

Price: $210

Cotton sweatshirt with Atelier's neo-classic logotypes, mixing up artworld and sporting references. Unisex.

Jill Sweatpants, Navy

Atelier E.B

Jill Sweatpants, Navy

Price: $170

Cotton sweatpants with Atelier's neo-classic logotypes, mixing up artworld and sporting references. Side pockets. Unisex.

Lilly Jumper, Smoulder

Atelier E.B

Lilly Jumper, Smoulder

Price: $300

In a dark charcoal with tiny flecks of color throughout. Perfectly proportioned boxy pullover, with a neck to wear up or rolled down. Unisex.

Lilly Jumper, Navy

Atelier E.B

Lilly Jumper, Navy

Price: $300

Soft and cozy. Perfectly proportioned boxy pullover, with a neck to wear up or rolled down. Unisex.

Paisley Scarf

Atelier E.B

Paisley Scarf

Price: $420

Exquisitely woven cashmere scarf, with original design by Atelier E.B. For your stepped up soccer hooligan look. Unisex.

The Inventors of Tradition II

The Inventors of Tradition II

The Inventors of Tradition II

Price: $50

From the duo behind Atelier E.B.:

At the intersection of art, design and social history, 
Beca Lipscombe & Lucy McKenzie: The Inventors of Tradition, now available in a second edition, is a subjective study of the history of the Scottish textiles industry since the 1930s. For decades, textiles were Scotland’s primary industry and export, and Scottish wool, cashmere, tweed, leather, lace and tartan have been famed throughout the world for even longer. Formatted like a scrapbook, this volume brings together design swatches, product shots, film stills, interviews and the archival materials of individuals and companies in the Scottish textiles trade. In response to this wealth of material, the artist Lucy McKenzie (born 1977) and designer Beca Lipscombe (born 1973) have produced a series of new works including clothing, furniture and accessories in collaborative partnership with Caerlee Mills, Begg Scotland, Hawick Cashmere, Laura Lees, Jannette Murray, Mackintosh, Muehlbauer and Steven Purvis.

Edited with text by Catriona Duffy, Lucy McEachan. Text by Nicholas Oddy, Linda Watson.

Text courtesy D.A.P.

"Atelier E.B consider clothing a sophisticated tool for empowerment, agency, and pleasure."

Since 2007, designer Beca Lipscombe and artist Lucy McKenzie have worked collaboratively under the moniker Atelier E.B (Edinburgh Bruxelles). From 2011, they've operated as a fashion label. Drawing from their differing practices to bring a criticality to the production of clothing, and a somewhat twisted sense of aesthetics to the end result that is fashion, the two pay no real heed to the marketplace. The work is personal, and it can be brash, understated, classic, and postmodern, depending on their desire or what their production houses desire. These are collections that cannot be categorized or even defined, by anything other than the creators' sense of what feels right, at the moment.

Every item is made in either Scotland or Belgium, by factories and individuals that very much know what they're about, with real knowledge of the specific product being made or the practice thereof. At a time when the complex problems facing the apparel industry have become mainstream talking points, Atelier E.B have, in their modest way, striven to personalize the process of what they make and why they make it, against a global backdrop of industry and history that continues to deeply inform their output.