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Rains Journal Vol. 13: That Bread Girl

July 15, 2019

Bread. Carbohydrates. Gluten. We all have a relationship with this particular form of sustenance: some good and some bad. New York City local, Lexie Smith, has dedicated her art practice to it, using grain as a lens to explore creativity and community, and narratives on history, design, and the environment.

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Rains Journal Vol. 13: The Prince of Toronto

June 07, 2019

Known for his intimate live performances and complex lyrics, the Canadian born rapper, Jazz Cartier, sat down to talk everything from inspiration to favorite tracks from his latest album, Fluerever. Check out the interview in Rains Journal, Vol. 13 - available on rains.com and in Rains Stores.

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Rains Journal Vol. 13: The songstress from your old town

May 14, 2019

Sultry, mysterious and a voice to relationships’ past, present and future, Kwamie Liv bridges the human experience with her candlelit tracks exploring the spectrum of love and love lost.

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Enlightened – SS19 Rains Ltd.

April 08, 2019

For the SS19 Rains Ltd. collection, we explored the centuries-old intellectual movement of “Enlightenment” and its relevant message for today through a neon and reflective silver color palette.

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Rains Journal Vol. 13: Frederik & Oliver

March 28, 2019

Young, newly graduated, and the talk of the Copenhagen art scene, collaborative artists and friends Frederik Nystrup-Larsen and Oliver Sundqvist have glided their way from students to recognized artists.

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Rains Journal Vol. 13: “The Artists”

March 14, 2019

In this volume, we meet up with four different artists to explore their personal reflections on their own work.

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Holographic - SS19 Capsule Collection

March 07, 2019

Rains classic silhouettes meet a waterproof, holographic PU that dances in the sun and keeps you dry in the rain.

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Rains Spring & Summer 2019

January 21, 2019

Titled, “Reflections,” the collection explores the theme through inner-perspectives and the shedding of surface facades.

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