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NYFW is here, and emerging brands are seizing this opportunity to put their best foot forward and flaunt what they’ve got in the chamber for FW21. One of the entities that took the liberty of hitting the digital runways this year is Mr. Saturday who has just unveiled its newest capsule entitled “BOTH DIRECTIONS AT ONCE” which features ready-to-wear-pieces for men and women, jewelry, handbags, and footwear.

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Referencing the period between Stephen Sprouse’s Fall/Winter 1984 runway show at the Ritz and Keith Haring’s 26th birthday at Paradise Garage, “Where Life is Just a State of Mind” reflects on a moment in history that defined an era. Accenting Mr. Saturday’s signature take on tailored silhouettes are patchwork and graphic applications that investigate historical nightlife, its subcultures and their connection to today.

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Joey Gollish was born in the wrong era. The 26-year-old Torontonian is fascinated by the parties of the past. Gollish’s label Mr. Saturday tells the stories of yesterday’s benders and “you had to be there” nights through cohesive collections and sly graphic references that denote Gollish isn’t just a romantic who paeans back to the nightclub heyday of the ‘70s and ‘80s, but somewhere between a scholar and borderline obsessive who really knows his shit.

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