Jadyce Wash

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INDIGO

Indigo is an accessory collection inspired by black art and culture, mixed with streetwear and luxury craftsmanship. Inspired by denim’s rich history in America, specifically its significance to the black community. From its roots in sharecropping to its role in the civil rights movement. Denim takes center stage as the primary material. This collection honors the artistic contributions of three notable artists. Ed Clark, Amy Sherald, and Kerry James Marshall. Just as black people have used denim to convey messages of resilience and empowerment, this collection aims to do the same, by symbolizing the pioneering spirit of these artists and their impact on future generations.
Image: Image: Ed Clark (1926-2019)

Vibrant cololrs, Abstract Lines
At pioneering American abstract artist known for his vibrant colors, large canvases, innovative "push broom" technique, and for being the first person to use shaped canvases. His work bridged abstraction and representation, leaving a lasting impact on the art world.
Image: Image: Ed Clark, Pink Wave, 2006, (84in x 72in)
Image: Image: Amy Sherald (b.1973)

Grisaille(grayscale technique), contrasting vibrant colors
A distinguished contemporary American artist celebrated for her compelling portraits that challenge conventional notions of identity and representation. Sherald's distinctive style features a grayscale skin tone for her subjects Called Grisaille.
Image: Image: Amy Sherald, If you surrendered to the air, you could ride it, 2019
Image: Image: Kerry James Marshall (b.1955 )

Ultra black subject, paint by number motif
Marshall's work primarily focuses on issues of race, identity, and the African American experience in the United States. Throughout his career, Marshall has employed a distinctive style characterized by bold, richly saturated colors and meticulously rendered figures. His paintings often feature African American subjects, celebrating their everyday lives, culture, and history while challenging conventional representations of black individuals in art.
Image: Image: Kerry James Marshall,Untitled,(2009)

THE LOOKBOOK

Photography by Jadyce Wash & Wenlu Guo
Image: IMAGE: AMY STACKED SHOULDER BAG
Image: IMAGE: WHAT THE KERRY?
Image: IMAGE: ED ABSTRACT FOLD OVER
Image: IMAGE: MASTRY
Image: IMAGE: ULTRA BLACK

Bio

Jadyce Wash is a passionate and driven individual with a deep love for creativity and design. Born and raised in Paterson, NJ, she experiments with fabrication techniques to create multifaceted designs that convey different stories within each collection. By designing collections with deep meanings, she hopes to foster a sense of community and belonging among her target audience, while also giving back to the communities that shaped her. Her main principle is to ensure that her work has a significant meaning and impact that expands beyond herself.