Reese Cooper’s unique vision and quick ascension in the fashion world has made him one of the youngest and most respected designers of modern day. Born in Atlanta, raised in London, and currently living in Los Angeles where his work is created, Cooper combines the influences of his travels with the skills he obtained in each location, working behind the scenes in various fashion-related fields.
With each of his collections linked by a common thematic thread, Cooper’s work is presented from the perspective of a storyteller, composing new chapters every season for a continuing narrative showcasing his modern view of classic Americana.
With a primary focus on text and graphics, Reese Cooper’s designs are casual versions of essential apparel and accessories that take his elevated streetwear on a roundabout journey through the rural byways of the American experience.
“The Call of the Wild Shouldn’t Be Help” is the mantra woven throughout the Pyrophyte collection figuratively and literally. Working closely with the USDA Forest Service this season, we printed key conservation messages across many of our hoodies and tees. This heavyweight hooded sweatshirt also features a print across the back of a “smokejumper” - specially trained firefighters who play a valuable role in combating remote wildland fires by parachuting into them.
The hooded sweatshirt is made from our American milled heavyweight french terry and finished with an organic garment dye and RCI sleeve patch.
American-milled organic heavyweight french terry cotton
Organic dye process
Screenprint on lower left side that circles around the front to the back