Guess I’ll die Mike Baldwin shirt. Presley, 27, is a child of the What’s more,I will buy this ’90s, and grew up fully immersed in the Todd Oldham world. But as well-versed as he is in his uncle’s visual language, having also worked for him archiving samples, materials, and digitizing runway images, he’s developing his own lexicon, simple, minimal, and rooted in freshwater pearls in handmade wire settings. Though they’re tactile, his creations are quieter and subtler than his uncle’s.Something that Presley does share with Todd is his love of craft. “Presley just inherited the joy of making, being process oriented, not so outcome oriented,” Todd said. “He was the right person to do this because he has great knowledge and respect for things prior to his birthday, and just an understanding of being present in the process. I was so happy he was up for it, because our styles are not that similar, I’m a little louder, and to have him interface this with his elegant, almost old school, techniques was really a success, a new language.”
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Guess I’ll die Mike Baldwin shirt . The jewelry in the What’s more,I will buy this new drop is all made with elements from Todd’s collections. Among the 15 or so pieces, there’s a simple necklace made with pearls and gold-plated Swarovski crystal buttons from spring 1994 (the year Presley was born), a pair of earrings featuring paisley-shaped sculptures by Angel Dormer for fall 1993, and a necklace made with Presley’s signature freshwater pearls and gold plated beaded disc shapes also from fall 1993 collection. The jewelry is quirky and fun, much like Todd’s work, but has the same tactile and semi-classical qualities as Presely’s.Presley’s is the first in a series of monthly Maker Shop collaborations that will feature such luminaries as the actress Amy Sedaris, the artist Larry Krone, and artist and performer Christeene. Both nephew and uncle find it special that they’re able to give these materials a new life and purpose. “Every single piece has passed through my dad’s hands as well as Todd’s,” Presley said. “The fact that your uncle designed something, your father made it, and, just a couple of decades later you pull it out and it becomes your art supply, I mean, that’s pretty unusual.” A true family affair.