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The NASA Sweater Has Landed

Rocketing into outer space and floating in zero gravity; my childhood dream to one day become an astronaut.  I dug through some old photos of my early years and used this as inspiration for Granted’s new NASA sweater. It proved a difficult task at first, as there were so many events and icons to draw from throughout the decades. We landed on the now retired “worm” logo, a vivid representation of my growing up in the 80s. It’s playful, it’s fun, it has an astronaut, rockets and retro gradients all vibrantly mixed into a spacey milky way of timeless knitting craft.  The NASA sweater has landed.

NASA Sweater Back

Forest and Waves X Granted


A word from the designer, Edward Juan:

Nature is the world’s best designer, and I drew on that inspiration for the products behind Forest & Waves. We focus on paper and fabric goods that are both functional and stylish. We know how much love you bring to your home to craft your surroundings, and we wanted to create products that reflect your own values. Our handcrafted products are made with love: they are carefully produced and designed to fit into your environment, no matter where you call home.

 

At Forest and Waves, we believe the best way to make a home your own is to fill it with what inspires you. Whether you love the outdoors or well-designed goods, we hope we can inspire you to collaborate with nature, indoors and out.

www.forestandwaves.com

 

Granted wholesaler viewing at Capsule (Las Vegas, Nevada)

Capsule
February 2015
Monday, February 16th 10am-6pm
Tuesday, February 17th 10am-6pm
Wednesday, February 18th 10am-4pm

Capsule will be located at:
Venetian Ballroom
3355 S Las Vegas Blvd

If you would like to set up an appointment to view our collection please contact Brian at:
mail@grantedclothing.com

Thank you for your time and consideration, we look forward to meeting you!

The Ultimate Sweater

When I first heard about legendary wrestler The Ultimate Warrior's passing this year I was shocked. How could an invincible super hero from my childhood die? In the earlier years of the WWF there were so many characters like the Bushwackers, Junkyard Dog, Macho Man Randy Savage and the Legion of Doom but the Warrior was always hands down the favourite.

His energy was contagious and I often found myself copying his loud, incoherent energy fueled rant in the house. This was not a popular sound amongst siblings and parents. Nonetheless I looked forward to his thunderous, tasseled presence on TV and I enjoyed his interviews just as much as his matches.

A true and pure form of entertainment which is hard to find nowadays. RIP Ultimate Warrior. Thank you for being a part of my childhood. This one is for you and you will be missed.

Contact us at mail@grantedclothing.com for details.

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Every year we try to do a little something out of the ordinary, not only to test the boundaries of our knitters but to design something that has had an influence with our vision in some way. While other brands seem to try so hard to be something they are not we are lucky here at Granted to have a natural and genuine approach with our ideas. 

-Some other examples of our designs-

Don Cherry's Blue Sweater

Miami Vice Flamingo Sweater

David Suzuki Sweater

Greatest Sweater in the Galaxy

Malcom X Sweater

 

Special thanks to:

Holistic Fitness Specialist

Kenny Muir

www.kennymuir.ca

 

 

 

 

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