Our Fall 2019 Campaign featuring model Laura Morgan and images shot by Katy Shayne and transformed by L.A.-based artist Jhordan Dahl.
SANDY LIANG x 4510/SIX
Say hello to our exclusive collaboration with one of the coolest, up-and-coming designers in New York.
Introducing Floraïku, a collection of fragrances inspired by the lyrical and cultural traditions of Japan.
For our Men’s Fall ’19 campaign, we gave the lead role to an artist who shares our love of style, creativity, and, naturally, Texas.
Friends in High Places
Forty Five Ten invited Highsnobiety in for a tour of our New York store, a day of shopping, and some serious gender-blending style.
To a Tee
Our exclusive collaboration with Caitlin Keogh to benefit the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Inspired by our love of vintage and sustainable fashion, we turned to our friends at Veda to collaborate on a series of limited-edition jackets and gloves made from upcycled leather.
09.19 Curyatid: Margaux Ogden
A conversation with Margaux Ogden, the newest artist to be featured in our ongoing digital art series.
Our new collaboration with Rachel Comey and Katherine Bernhardt—a jacket with a custom Bernhardt print of toucans, bananas, cigarettes, and flowers straight off the walls of No Aloha.
We’ve always known we wanted to do a collaboration with artist Claire Oswalt, it has just been a question of when, and finding the right project.
A new collection created in collaboration with Los Angeles-based artists Simon and Nikolai Haas and L'OBJET creative director Elad Yifrach.
Our exclusive collaboration with New York artist Andrew Kuo and gallerist Pascal Spengemann.
I WANT A HERO… SANDWICH
Witty, dry, and only ours—the Drawings on Ceramics musings of artist Cary Leibowitz exclusively at Forty Five Ten.
All Is Pretty
Our Pre-Fall '19 Designer Campaign, shot at Beverly Hills’ Casa Perfect shot by acclaimed photographer, visual artist, and international Vogue contributor, Yelena Yemchuk.
A WELCOMING TOAST
We wanted one last celebratory moment to toast to our newest store in New York with our friends in the art community. In that spirit, we hosted a welcoming fête at our new store in Hudson Yards for more than 300 of our favorite artists, designers, clients, and friends.
TOUCANS, FLOWERS, AND CIGARETTES AT BREAKFAST
A 4510/SIX exclusive collaboration makes its way to the kitchen
Talking inspiration, architecture, and filmmaking with the L.A.-based brand’s co-founder, Stephanie Danan.
Red lips. Palm trees. Blue skies. What’s not to love about the feminine, surreal collage art of Ella Jazz? We were fans from the start and following her works on Instagram (@ella_jazz), but it wasn’t until we realized her highly intricate collages are done by hand that we decided we just had to work with her.
This spring we’re pleased to announce Curyatid, an ongoing video art series featuring site-specific work by women and gender nonconforming artists.
Meet Al Freeman
A rapid-fire Q&A session with the artist behind a new pop-up exhibition in our downtown Dallas flagship.
We found the perfect art location to set our Spring '19 Men's Campaign at AT&T Stadium, home of the famed Dallas Cowboys. The Stadium is the world's largest domed structure—an unparalleled stage for gridiron sports rivalry. Surprisingly, its halls also double as a world-class museum, boasting site-specific works by acclaimed contemporary artists.
GREETINGS FROM NEW YORK
Amid gathered designers, artists, loyal clients, and many new faces,, we officially made our New York debut. Our newest location (seventh overall, if you’re counting) opened its doors in Manhattan’s new 28-acre development, Hudson Yards.
This season coincides with our New York debut at the Shops in Hudson Yards. Yes, we’re officially coast to coast! In that spirit, we commissioned LA-based landscape photographer Hamish Robertson to capture vignettes of New York City for our campaign, LUX PRIMA (“luxury first”).
Let's Get Physical
How does a designer who made his name with sheer bomber jackets and satin jumpsuits move into the world of spandex and nylon? Texas-born, New York-based Adam Selman drew inspiration for his newest project from (of all places) disposable plastics and the gym. We talked to Selman about how Adam Selman Sport—cleverly abbreviated A.S.S.—got its start.