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Sustainable Fashion Art Brand 'Dust of Gods' Store Opening During Art Basel 2022



Sustainable, high-end, upcycled fashion art brand, Dust of Gods is celebrating its first U.S. showroom debut in Miami during Miami Art Week 2022 with a VIP Grand Opening Soiree hosted in collaboration with local street artist, animation creator and sculpture, Mactivo, on Saturday, December 2nd and 3rd, 2022 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at its new flagship store located in the heart of Wynwood at 2238 NW 1st Place, Miami, Florida 33127.


Mactivo has gained popularity throughout Miami and the international art world thanks to his pop culture art sculpture, Yano. To celebrate Miami Art Week 2022, he will be live painting a new art piece as well as showcasing a series of his popular art sculptures and multi-media art pieces in the Dust of God's new showroom boutique. “We’re honored to collaborate with another talented artist — he is also showing his artwork at CONTEXT this year and his creativity and aesthetic aligns perfectly with our brand,” said Phillip Spencley, Miami Showroom Director.


Dust of Gods is an internationally renowned sustainable fashion brand helmed by Toronto-based architect Antonio Tadrissi, offering upcycled, luxurious ‘one-of-one’ men’s fashion pieces that are equally haute fashion and wearable art. “Creativity, art and sustainability are at the forefront of the Dust of Gods brand, often featuring wearable art using grails, custom stitching, patchwork and mesh work,” said Tadrissi.



From high-end vintage jackets, to hand-crafted pants, jackets and hoodies, Dust of Gods has made a name for itself as it creates more, consumes less, and uplifts the world with wearable art. “I’m excited for this ‘haute’ exclusive fashion art opening because we will be offering attendees and shoppers the opportunity to get their hands on highly covetable and luxe fashion pieces only available in Miami,” said Spencley.


VIP art and fashion guests attending the Dust of Gods Art Basel event will have first-hand access to live art activation by Mactivo while enjoying a live music set from DJ Cardi over cocktails, lite bites and socializing with the fashion and art world’s industry insiders and innovators alike.


Dust of Gods has earned notorious popularity in the global fashion industry after repeatedly being worn by the world’s top athletes, entertainers, models and celebrities including UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski, DJ Alesso, and more. In fact, Dust of Gods recently collaborated with singer and songwriter, Jason Durulo, for a unique fashion Collection featuring custom denim jackets, graphic T-shirts, hoodies and even a chain lock necklace.


Celebrating the opening of this new Dust of Gods retail store in Miami’s budding Wynwood arts district will include dozens of top VIP fashion influencers, designers, artists, art lovers and other industry insiders and media members alike. “We’re excited to celebrate art, fashion and Dust of God’s expansion into Miami furthering the sustainable art and fashion movement throughout Wynwood and beyond,” said Spencley.


VIP guests will receive 10 percent off their in-store purchases to celebrate the boutique’s Miami grand opening.


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Dust of Gods by Antonio Tadrissi is a brand creating truly unique, wearable art spearheaded by Creative Director Antonio Tadrissi, who is a true multi-hyphenate— from design architect, to sculptor, tastemaker and entrepreneur, his diverse background has helped scale the fashion brand into a globally recognized sustainable fashion art brand. Each Dust of God's vintage jacket is hand-picked and crafted with each cut, styling, paint stroke, and embellishment, ultimately making it an intricate work of wearable art. Dust of Gods is about living out loud and adorning one’s style with personalized art that makes thought-provoking and powerful statements. Each Dust of Gods piece is one of one. To learn more, follow the fashion brand on Instagram or shop online:


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By ML Staff. Images Courtesy of Dust Of Gods

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