🦋 RARE 1 of 1s, VINTAGE & NEW 🍒🔗 🧸 Free Chicago Pick-up!

“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”

Load image into Gallery viewer, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
Load image into Gallery viewer, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
Load image into Gallery viewer, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
Load image into Gallery viewer, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
Load image into Gallery viewer, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
Load image into Gallery viewer, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
Load image into Gallery viewer, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
Load image into Gallery viewer, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”
“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”

“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?”

Regular price
$89.00
Sale price
$89.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.

“Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?” denim: Inspired by the 8 minute, 37 second long Idris Muhammad soul funk classic, these pants pose a question that you don’t need to feel pressured to answer (but we’d say yes, since these jeans are perfectly worn and torn in all the right ways). Hand-bleached and painted across the thighs, hand-sewn tulle mesh on the booty, these are super cool without being too in your face about it.

Reworked in Chicago 

*hand dyed & painted featuring original artwork by Lily Cozzens 
*sustainable - preloved garment 
*size small, shown on size small model
*mom style denim featuring distressed holes on the front and back lower thighs 

🌷

Lily is an artist and illustrator living and working in Chicago. Through realism and accessible materials, she primarily utilizes the medium of drawing to explore and balance the ideas of sincerity and banality. Color blocking and detailed linework are the vehicle for her ideas. She gravitates towards sunny stoops, marbled rye toast, glass blocks, thrifted treasures, long shadows, found materials, prairie wildflowers, and dance music. You might see her on one of her daily long walks.
}