The fashion elite showed out for this top of week Title of Work launch event at Cadillac House. The interaction was keen, as Title of Work’s designs have always been high stakes.
Gambling in NYC is technically illegal. But Title of Work was able to skirt the rules for a bash that kept going late into the night. Guests couldn’t trade their chips for cash, but they could snag some goodies from Title of Work, who are occupying the Cadillac pop-up space on site. Take a peak and stop in.
To kick off the residency, Title of Work hauled in the big boys: rows of game tables, complete with Title of Work x Cadillac playing cards. We joined in some of the chicest tables, playing against fashion influencers like Ian Michael Crumm, Max Turner, Erik Rasmussen and more. Shifting eyes and the art of the bluff along with plenty of Gucci, Louis, Fendi, and Prada. We enjoyed curated cocktails while browsing the selection of Title of Work, uh, work. Jonathan Meizler, director at ToW, has good taste. His sense of cool-boy wit shines through in this retail experiment that sort of feels like a Target on steroids and a long marathon of Almodovar films. Mind you, Title of Work knows a thing or two about the retail concept: they’re currently in Barney’s with a good clip of sales. They’ve got stunning ties in fine materials (like top of the line) and perfect cuts. Their leather goods caught me off guard- supple and well scaled and truly unisex: the tote looked good on my petite frame and a friend’s taller build.
The collection deals with “dirty words”: not grimy, but the brutality of English, expletives and the sort, glamorized and uplifted to evoke a more thoughtful approach. The age of alternative facts, we’re united in language. Manifesting as rings, ties, and accessories, sometimes there is a real pleasure in a little rage.
Back to the game, I’ve got a pile of chips to cash out, maybe I’m due for a tie?
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