MadeMe's 2016 Fall Lookbook Serves Up '90s Cool Girl Vibes

Masterminded by Supreme’s Head of Product Development, Erin Magee.

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NYC-based women’s street label MadeMe has recently presented its 2016 fall lookbook. Shot by LA photographer Moni Haworth with a film camera, the ’90s-inspired lookbook features some of the brand’s latest pieces, including reversible acid-wash bomber jackets, crochet sweaters, as well as retro mock neck tops printed all over with the words “Earth Crisis.”

MadeMe is in fact masterminded by Erin Magee, who also happens to be Supreme‘s Head of Product Development. Speaking of her collaboration with Haworth, Magee explains that she has been a long time fan of the photographer’s work:

“I stalked [her] on the internet for a really long time, and then we found a mutual friend. I was so nervous to reach out to her, but she ended up being the easiest, coolest person on the planet.”

Browse the gallery above to check out the lookbook. You can now shop the collection online at MadeMe’s website.

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Vogue
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Moni Haworth

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