He’s managed to merge, twist and swipe between distinct creative practices with the track-pad conviction that only comes with being a multi-hyphenate millennial.
Preston has worked at Nike, assisted Kanye, co-founded Been Trill with Virgil Abloh and Matthew Williams, become a firm nightlife fixture in downtown NYC, exhibited work at galleries around the world, dropped his own bootleg NASCAR T-shirts and perhaps most notably, he was a artist-in-residence at NYC’s Department of Sanitation (DSNY). That’s where he produced an environmentally conscious fashion collection to promote decreasing NYC’s contribution to landfills and he went on to present the collection at NYFW.
Since then, Preston has formalized his fashion output and established an eponymous label which he debuted at Paris Fashion Week Men’s last season.
Preston’s creative output has been artistically and conceptually elastic, to say the very least and that’s not about to change. Preston is defying fashion
convention once more with a global pop-up retail tour that’s landing in Tokyo, Milan, Seoul, New York, Paris, London, and Moscow, complete with art installations
and DJ sets from Preston’s coterie of DJ friends and producers with his DSNY collection in tow.