Hand-Painted Silk Shirts Hang Among Rubble at Patrik Ervell’s Pop-up


On the heels of Irene Neuwirth and Marc Fornes’s gleaming jewelry salon, Boffo launched the latest incarnation of its fashion and architecture pop-up series today. The newest tenants are CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year Patrik Ervell and London-based artist Graham Hudson. Known for his sculptures and installations exploring the art of decay, Hudson's Boffo design incorporates rubble, scaffolding, loose cables, and rebars, all sourced from construction sites along the same block of Walker Street.

This is Ervell's first physical storefront, and the smart sportswear contrasts with duct-taped floors and tables fashioned from salvaged glass doors. You’ll find tailored wool blazers and hand-painted silk button-downs for men and women, as well as fall outerwear and knits. Click ahead for a look inside.

Patrik Ervell + Graham Hudson for Boffo, 57 Walker St., nr. Broadway; through 11/2.