01 Dec '16, 9pm

For Every Living Thing: A Day in the Life of Felt's Kristian Acosta

For Every Living Thing: A Day in the Life of Felt's Kristian Acosta

“I love color and drawing inspiration from the people I see on the streets in New York, Miami, wherever,” Kosta continues. “I’m not really into all of the dark shit, the post-anarchy and all that. Like, I might see a lady on the street in a yellow beanie and a burgundy coat and take inspiration from that.” Later, when a box of fresh product appears in his office, he slices the tape to reveal a collegiate-style hoodie in a burgundy and yellow colorway. Other colorways are inspired by old school Rams jerseys and the colors of Kosta’s alma mater, Miami Killian High School. He holds up one design, “The Dutch Four,” that consists of four angular figures whose faces spell out the brand’s name. When asked about the origins of the design, he says: “There’s four of them and they look Dutch to me—it’s really not that deep.”

Full article: http://hypebeast.com/2016/12/felt-interview-kristian-acosta

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