In a museum-like display that was conceptualized by friend Jessica Gosda of Denton-Cardew Design, iconic pieces that have defined the western dress code were suspended between thick panels of glass and hung by copper standoffs which are reminiscent of the even more iconic Levi’s copper rivet.  The spacing between each “icon” gave guests the ability to perambulate the installation while learning about each item’s history, allowing them to read each story that ran on custom-fabricated LED acrylic channels which were inset into both the wall and floor bases. 

Concept by Jessica Gosda & DCD.  Fabrication by Coupler Mfg Co.