Salvador Caulfield Launches His Empire Collection Clothing

 

The fashion prodigy, Salvador Caulfield, has finally released his first brand with the launch of his Empire Collection Clothing line. It is based on pictures and art seen and collected via photos and drawings from around the New York City area including shots from a helicopter ride over Lady Liberty and on top of the famous Chrysler building. But the pictures aren’t just your typical tourist attractions, Caulfield has street art from the Queens Bridge projects, hanging shoes photographed in Spanish Harlem.

Caulfield worked on this project for 2 years, collecting art and photos, all while working with the upstart clothing line, Citizen IV, a company that will be available in stores such as Target soon. Caulfield studied fashion in Paris, France before returning to the states. He is a native of Indiana, but lived all over the United States before heading to Europe.

“I grew up all over so I know the meaning of a country mile, and I learned the meaning of a New York minute,” says Caulfield.  He continued, “The greatest place to me is New York, and I feel sometimes even the locals that live here are so busy moving in this fast paced environment that they miss out on some of the greatest things this city has to offer. Not just the major landmarks, but the little things. There is a lot of beautiful things in this city that go unnoticed, and I wanted to try to capture those things with my drawings and photos that I would use for my designs. This is 2 years in the making, and now I am ready for the world to see it, and I want your help to launch my Empire brand!”  ~~ Salvador Caulfield on his Empire Collection.

Now you can get in with the young designer who the NYC Gazette claimed was to fashion what Van Gogh was to painting, and all you have to do is make a donation on his funding page on the website IndieGoGo.com

YOU CAN VISIT THAT LINK AND DONATE BY CLICKING HERE

Support a young artist in Salvador Caulfield, who is trying to make a difference by capturing what he calls the ‘a New York minute in art,” just seems like the right thing to do.

Here is a few examples of his Empire Collection and make sure you watch the video above!

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