Marfa

Lights

Our Spring/Summer 2018 collection celebrates art, nature and individuality.

The gentlemen featured in our campaign are creative, innovative and diverse in race, age, and occupation. Each are members of our local community helping make a difference socially, culturally, artistically and economically. For each suit sold from the collection, a portion of the proceeds will go towards that person's designated charity.

 

Explore our lookbook to learn more about them and how they are shaping the future of San Antonio.

LOOKBOOK

Order the printed Marfa Lights lookbook. Each copy is printed on uncoated paper in full color, perfect bound.

Delivery times vary by destination

Price: $7 per book, shipping included

Haley Rico

Creative Director, Limatus Bespoke

This season, we were inspired by the beauty and culture of Marfa and the West Texas High Desert. The colors of our fabric selection represent the desert sand and sky, while the window prints tie in the work of Donald Judd and the city. The collection is named after the mysterious lights that appear in the desert off Highway 90/67.

 

The gentlemen featured in our campaign are people doing something for our community, whether it’s creating, helping our city and youth, or shaping what the future of San Antonio will look like. For each suit sold from the collection, a portion of the proceeds will go towards that person’s designated charity. 

I hope this collection inspires you to step outside of your style ‘safety zone’ and explore what you truly like rather than what the trends dictate. Define your personal style and remain authentic. We believe the men in our campaign are authentic to themselves and we hope to bring that feeling to every client. 

A few years ago, I made my first trip to Big Bend and Marfa. I had been hearing a lot about the area and how it was unlike any other in Texas, As someone who has done more than her fair share of traveling around Texas, I wondered how different Marfa could be from all the other towns I had visited.

 

When I arrived, I was immediately hooked. Driving down the main street revealed old bars, houses and gem stores (I love rocks) next to newer homes, contemporary hotels and modern stores. Even though the two worlds of old and new were different, they seemed to meld together to create something that is uniquely Marfa. 

 

I was introduced to the work of Donald Judd, an artist who would be responsible for helping define American minimalism (though he hated the term). Donald Judd moved from New York to Marfa in the 70s and shaped his vision of bringing together art, architecture and nature. 

CREDITS

We have been lucky to work with some of Texas' most talented and creative professionals to help make this season's lookbook happen.

STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHER

JOSH HUSKIN

 

LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER

RENE LEON

 

RETOUCHER

ALLISON KUGLITSCH, WOLF + CARDINAL

STYLIST

JON-MICHAEL NARVAEZ, STYLEXJM

 

HAIR

ARIANA ALONZO, THE OXYGEN ROOM & BEAUTY BAR

 

MAKEUP

VERONICA GUERRERO, THE OXYGEN ROOM & BEAUTY BAR

ARIANA ALONZO, THE OXYGEN ROOM & BEAUTY BAR

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