Vanguard and minimal fashion designer David Michael
started making jeans for his musician friends when he was 20 years old, and quickly grew an interest in making clothes that led him to create his own brand. He aroused interest from stores such as Opening Ceremony with his first project, Endovanera, but called the end of an era by moving from Los Angeles to New York City. Many things have changed since then, but the people he loves and trusts remain the same. He’s recently released In-House
, an editorial with creative people from New York featuring Zumi Rosow, Eric Erlandson, or Cole Alexander from Black Lips among others. We discuss drawing inspiration from different fields of art, music and history, starting from scratch in a new city and the meaning of success.