Crooks & Castles partners with filmmaker and photographer Patrick Hoelck for their upcoming Devil’s Peak Holiday Collection. The photo shoot took place in Noguchi Gardens in Costa Mesa. Dubbed “Devils Park” by the locals for its “Masonic” layout of it’s art sculptures, the location aligns with not only the name of the new collection, but goes deeper into the roots of Crooks’ long interest in secret society. Aiming to showcase their take on modern outerwear, Crooks took to fabric and aesthetics to achieve their goal.[carousel source=”media: 17946,17951,17950,17949,17948,17947″ link=”lightbox” target=”blank” title=”no”]
Paying homage to classic outwear brands, the use of quilted nylon and fur is incorporated for fabric, while minimal prints are used for a clean look. The Devil’s Peak collection is slated to drop mid October, and the Crooks want to give special thanks to the following people below:
Creative Director: Dennis Calvero
Art Director: Bam Barcena
Photographer: Patrick Holeck
Videographer: Artru Group
Marketing Manager: Gee Crooks
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