A true anomaly in the art world, mixed media artist Nate Lowman's unique and refreshingly honest approach to creativity has set him apart from the crowd. With collage-inspired pieces that comment on topics as diverse as celebrity culture and gun control, Lowman opens up a dialog on contemporary issues and continues to surprise, provoke and inspire with every new show.
Style match:Be artfully disheveled in our M65 jacket, a broken-in Henley and distressed denim.
The original country music rebel, Johnny Cash blazed a poetic and powerful trail in American music. With brutally honest lyrics and a genre-defying sound—Cash was inducted into the Country, Gospel and Rock 'N' Roll Halls of Fame—his music became the backdrop for a generation of Americans and forged a legacy that will be celebrated forever.
Style match: Pay tribute to "The Man in Black" with our Cash A tee and dark 221 jeans.
Best known for his intense performance as Johnny Cash in Walk The Line (2005), actor Joaquin Phoenix is not your typical Hollywood movie star. Of his rebellious approach to acting (and life), he famously quipped, "You should not learn your lines, you should not hit your mark, and you should never follow your light." Well, it certainly seems to work for him!
Style match: A cashmere crew and sun-faded chinos epitomize Joaquin's fuss-free style.
Growing up in La Jolla, California, Miles McMillan always aspired to be an artist. In fact, it was while studying studio art at NYU that McMillan was serendipitously discovered on the street and signed to DNA models, where he quickly made a name for himself on the runway, in editorials and even modeling for our Spring 2014 campaign! His idea of happiness? "Doing what I like, and enjoying who I'm with. I'm a very simple guy."
Style match: Cultivate a West-Coast-cool vibe in Our Rolling Skull graphic tee and Grey Label hoodie.