PARTCH Clip Removable Roses Art
Introducing the New Generation of PARTCH-Clip. The PARTCH-Clip Art ROSES celebrates Love to express ourselves through Fashion. "Roses are Red, Violets are Blue" The roses are the symbol of Love, Romance, Beauty, and also represent Strength and Luck. This patch second generation of Partch-clip is Made in Premium Quality Lightweight Aluminum. High-purity, more Luxurious and Lighter. Compatible with all Original Fashion Hats and Caps PARTCH. A set of Art patches, interchangeable in a second.
PARTCH-Clip Made by Lukas Avalon Artist Collaboration www.lukasavalon.com
It’s as Easy, Elegant and Exciting as Clip, Unclip.
Features▪︎ New Generation of PARTCH-Clip removable Art ROSES Red
▪︎ Made by Artist collaborations
▪︎ Premium Quality Lightweight Aluminum. High-Purity
▪︎ More Luxurious and Lighter
▪︎ UV Resistant
▪︎ Water Resistant
▪︎ Matt black finish
▪︎ Size: 5.5cm x 9.4cm
▪︎ Compatible with PARTCH® Original Hats & Caps
▪︎ The Partch Clip comes with a Luxury branded Packaging, Red Satin fabric Bag and Authenticity Card.
Soft cloth cleaning.
PARTCH Featuring PARTCH-Clip™ Technology, offers the Streetwear, Casual Chic and Business Casual High-End Men and Women Fashionista the unique feeling of experiencing Unlimited Style on their head in just a second.
PARTCH - PARTCH-Clip The world's most wearable Art
About Lukas Avalon
Monégasque Artist Lukas Avalon is turning the origins of Street Art on its head by bringing it onto the canvas. He meets the challenge of removing street art from its urban environment, while maintaining the socially relevant themes paramount to the art form, and ultimately elevates and emphasizes the talents possessed by street artists.Despite his street art influences, Avalon is increasingly introducing contemporary and Pop Art techniques in his creations. In every piece, the artist strongly conveys his powerful emotional personality through his backgrounds which, speak louder than words. Also, the chosen characters which Avalon uses in his works, aid to portray his feelings and allow the audience to perceive his pieces through their own emotions.