Simeon Farrar is a London based designer who studied fine art and has been a painter for 10 years before he launched his label of men’s (and then ladies) ready-to-wear in 2004. The prints, originating from his paintings, are punk & underground-look. Recently, it added certain sense of cuteness and romance. All the garments are screen-printed by hand (sometimes dyed & washed before drying, leaving a random unfinished trail). As a result, each piece is a one-off piece. The brand is developed into a total look collection for men’s & ladies with some bags & caps (in collaboration with CA4LA, Japanese pop cult hats brand).
Compared to Black Score, Simeon Farrar, being the main label, has stronger theme, bigger prints, more colours-involved screen print, more advanced washing and printing technique & better quality fabric. So, it is a higher value-for-money collection.
Current stockists are Merci (Paris), Ron Herman (US) etc. For Asia, we sold to the best stores - Club 21 (Singapore & Malaysia), Boon the Shop (S.Korea), Apt-3r (Taiwan), Bagmania (Taiwan), Isetan (Japan), United Arrows (Japan).
As UK is still in severe lockdown process, they are not able to shoot the lookbook with models at this moment. Once lockdown is released, they will catch up doing it. I will send you the lookbook and related images once available. I will provide you the pack shots in the meantime in order to get a closer look to each piece.
Basically, customization (switching the prints to another bodies) is welcomed, feel free to ask me how you would like to order for your own store. But please note that tie & dye & washed printing are technical process out of which each piece will come out uniquely. They should not be regarded as defects.