Salvor Projects - Design Bureau

Salvor Projects

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Designer Ross Menuez's Salvor Projects reflects influences as diverse as Nicaraguan road trips, industrial welding, and Pacific Ocean fishing boats. That is to say, it's an unconventional line with an edginess not often found in typical, art-school, by-the-book fashion. Indeed, Menuez holds a degree in sculpture, but it's his worldly perspective that really sets the vibrant and delicate patterns of Salvor Projects apart from the competition.

In 2006, Salvor Projects created a set of laser-etched leather and printed suede bags for Dover Street Market in Tokyo. They sold out almost immediately. Menuez has managed to carry that momentum into his SS11 line, a mix of forward-cut but wearable tops and dresses, all hand-printed at the Salvor studio and cut and sewn in New York City. Salvor is available at select retailers worldwide.

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