BEVERLY HILLS — Seeking to build its streetwear-meets-luxury platform in the U.S., Dutch denim brand G-Star on Wednesday mounted Raw Nights, a one-night-only art installation curated by Dennis Hopper.
Occupying a storefront and parking lot in Beverly Hills, the evening was intended to combine an apparel showroom with a screening of Hopper-directed short films and selections of his artwork — billboard photographs the actor took in the Sixties, then altered by graffiti artists — as well as a live installation by his son, Henry, made from recycled denim and found objects.
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