Shop the Fall/Winter collection
Browse the latest Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum fashion items in the webstore.
Inspired by the life and work of Vincent van Gogh, Daily Paper has once more teamed up with the Van Gogh Museum to design this special autumn/winter collection.
Daily Paper and the Van Gogh Museum see this partnership as a chance to explore how fashion and art can bring people from different backgrounds together and learn from each other in the process.
This second clothing line features iconic works such as The Potato Eaters (1885) and Sunflowers (1889), alongside a number of Van Gogh’s lesser-known flower still lifes.
The new collection includes 18 items: coats, t-shirts, jumpers, jackets and a range of accessories.
The autumn/winter collection will be available from Friday 2 October 2020 in the Van Gogh Museum webshop, at Dailypaperclothing.com, in Daily Paper stores, the Van Gogh Museum shop and other selected retailers worldwide, priced from € 70 - € 280.
The story of Vincent van Gogh immediately appealed to the founders of Daily Paper: just like Van Gogh, Jefferson Osei, Hussein Suleiman and Abderrahmane Trabsini chose a more difficult path, and one where success was not guaranteed.
The trio launched the Daily Paper clothing brand without any training or prior knowledge of the industry, driven purely by intrinsic motivation, just like Vincent at the start of his artistic career.
And just like Van Gogh, the men from Daily Paper taught themselves all they needed to know – in this case, about the world of fashion. Against all odds, both Van Gogh and Daily Paper rose to success.
Initial contact between the museum and Daily Paper resulted from Van Gogh Connects, a project in which the museum explores how it can become more relevant to young adults in Amsterdam with a bicultural background.
With this collaboration, the Van Gogh Museum hopes to inspire these young adults and connect them with the art of Van Gogh.
Friday 23 and 30 October 2020
4 pm - 8:30 pm
Invigorate your brain and senses at two special adapted editions of Vincent on Friday, the ‘1.5-metre edition’!
At these Friday events, we explore the artists’ communities of Vincent’s time, and of today. What are the similarities and differences? What challenges did Vincent face, and what opportunities did he have? And what is it like for today’s young makers?
Join spoken word and painting workshops, guided tours and a panel discussion about artists' communities then and now.