Heron Preston

HERON PRESTON for CALVIN KLEIN Season 2 Collection

Fashion house CALVIN KLEIN teams up with designer Heron Preston for the second capsule collection, that reimagines Calvin Klein’s essentials and brings modern and versatile streetwear pieces. The Heron Preston for Calvin Klein Season 2 Collection adds depth to the classic styles with texture and color. It also introduces sustainably sourced materials. The video campaign was directed by filmmaker Ricky Saiz, and it stars rapper Nas, skater Akobi, drummer Austin, model Devyn, Koa and Ty, musician Raph, and dancer Savion. In charge of styling was Heidi Bivens.
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Heron Preston And Zellerfeld Launch The HERON01, The World’s First Fully 3D-Printed Shoe Available To The Public

Heron Preston is different. Whether its bootlegging Givenchy’s “Rottweiler” t-shirt or reimagining workwear for New York’s Department of Sanitation, the San Fransisco-native has historically explored overlooked, sometimes uncharted spaces. For his latest endeavor, this quality has led him to design the HERON01, a fully 3D-printed shoe, with the help of Brooklyn-based technology leader, Zellerfeld.
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Heron Preston For Zellerfeld And How The HERON01 Will Change The Footwear Industry

Heron Preston has been known as the DIY purveyor for some time now. The fashion designer and creative director collaborated with the New York Department of Sanitation back in 2016. He also was diligent enough to retrieve knock-off items from his namesake Heron brand and brand them as official garments, upcycling counterfeits. Preston's search has led him to innovation through recycling, upcycling, and repurposing material for everyday use in fashion.

StockX, Heron Preston, Zellerfeld Raffle 3D Printed Shoe for Campaign for a Cause

Click here to read the full article. StockX and Heron Preston are launching the designer’s first fully 3D printed sneaker on Tuesday, made in collaboration with technology company Zellerfeld. The launch is part of StockX’s Campaign for a Cause. The 3D printer Heron01 style is a seamless shoe with low ankle cutouts and chunky sole printed without the use of glue or stitching. The shoe can be printed in standard sizes or custom fitted using an iPhone for a foot scan.More from WWDAlessandra Rich RTW Spring 2022Mossi RTW Spring 2022Schiaparelli RTW Spring 2022 Preston first saw an early Zellerfeld 3D printed shoe...

American artist Heron Preston has collaborated with Mercedes-Benz to make streetwear out of airbags.

Sustainability is the name of the game, and luxury brands from all walks of life are getting better at playing it. Making an incredible example of innovation are American fashion designer Heron Preston with Mercedes-Benz by bringing forth a capsule collection that reuses the airbag in ways that trigger our imaginations. Bettina Fetzer, Mercedes-Benz AG’s vice president of communications and marketing, said, “The airbag concept collection is inspired by two anniversaries of the life-saving technical innovation: the airbag patent 50 years ago and the first serial introduction into our flagship model, the S-Class back in 1981. We are convinced that co-creation and collaborative projects create memorable and unique moments with our brand.”

Heron Preston and Mercedes Benz Team Up for an Upcycled Car-to-Clothing Collab

One of the side effects of living during a pandemic is that we are all zooming around a lot more. No, no, not just on our video conference calls, but in cars. A 2020 survey of 25,000 Americans by the Institute for Business Value found that 17% planned to use their personal cars more as a result of COVID. Since we started to get vaccinated in early 2021, passenger vehicle travel has been on the rise in the United States per the Bureau of Transportation Services. That means more time in a car—and the need to dress for it.

Best Style Releases This Week: Ambush x Nike, OVO, Brain Dead x Slam Jam, Aries, Heron Preston, and More

Although we’ll never be able to wear the amazing designer outfits Olympic athletes were wearing during the opening ceremony from brands like Ralph Lauren or Telfar, there are plenty of other great releases to shop from this week. Brain Dead is collaborating with Slam Jam again, Aries is releasing its first pieces for Fall/Winter 2021, Dr. Martens is collaborating with JJJJound, and Nike is releasing a great collaboration with Yoon Ahn of Ambush to celebrate the Olympics going on in Tokyo right now. Folks looking for some sophisticated outerwear can shop from Nanamica or Carhartt’s latest wares. Meanwhile, Gentle Monster have released an amazing pair of sunglasses with Heron Preston.

Heron Preston for Calvin Klein Delivers Elevated Basics

With the tagline, “They’re essentials, but they’re not generic,” Heron Preston for Calvin Klein launched this week, offering men’s, women’s and unisex “baseline pieces” that can be incorporated into any individual style. Spanning underwear and T-shirts to core denim silhouettes, the collection appeals to consumers who are seeking elevated basics...

Heron Preston, Puma and “Kids of Immigrants” to Sponsor Scholarships in Gaming with Gen.G

Global esports organization Gen.G today announced the opening of the application process for the second annual Gen.G Foundation scholarship. As part of its $1 million pledge over the next 10 years, the fund focuses on supporting women, people of color and low income students enrolled in a U.S university or college who are interested in a career in esports, gaming, entrepreneurship, journalism and content creation. Students can apply at


Discover HERON PRESTON for CALVIN KLEIN Capsule Collection, that explores simplicity, sensuality and freedom, and brings essential but uncommon unisex pieces. Fashion photographer Renell Medrano captured the campaign starring rappers Nas and Lil Uzi Vert, Brazil-born and raised, LA-based DJ Pedro Cavaliere, skater Stevie Williams, GQ magazine fitness and wellness columnist Joe Holder, Heron Preston, Sabrina Albarello, Ashley Graham, Jordan Alexander, Kaia Gerber, Renell Medrano, and Sabrina Fuentes. Styling is work of Alastair McKimm, with set design from Lauren Nikrooz, and production by One Thirty-Eight Productions. In charge of beauty were hair stylist Jawara, makeup artist Marcelo Gutierrez, and manicurist Megumi Yamamoto. Video direction by Rubberband.

Heron Preston Dabbled In Calvin Klein’s Expansive Archive For His New Creative Partnership

“Respect for Calvin Klein himself” was the pivotal focus of Heron Preston’s latest creative partnership with the brand. From memories of his father wearing the cologne, to skating underneath a giant billboard in Downtown emblazoned with vintage Calvin campaigns and becoming a consumer himself, Heron has always had a relationship with Calvin Klein.

Best Style Releases This Week: Supreme x South2 West8, Off-White x Babylon LA, Fear of God, Heron Preston, and More

Now that 4/20 is over and the smoke has cleared, it’s time to rub your eyes and open them up to another week of great style releases from your favorite brands. Fear of God has just released a range of new products from its Spring/Summer 2021 collection. Babylon Los Angeles has teamed up with Off-White for another great collaboration. And Supreme is teaming up with the Nephentes brand South2 West8 on a collection that highlights functional fly fishing apparel. Heron Preston is also releasing a collaboration with Calvin Klein and new apparel with Caterpillar.

Heron Preston Is Designing A New Collection For Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein’s essentials are getting the Heron Preston treatment. The designer has collaborated with the brand on an upcoming collection of wardrobe staples out later this month. “I position Heron Preston as elevated workwear, and by default, I have an audience of construction workers and real workers that follow my...