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ASYSTEM creates betterment products to help men look, feel and perform at their best. Spanning supplements, vitamins and personal care, its products combine science with nature.

ASYSTEM Headquarter Location

619 Ocean Front Walk

Venice, California, 90291,

United States

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Asystem Unveils First Apparel Collection, Bound Upwards

Aug 19, 2020

Courtesy Photo Men’s wellness brand Asystem launches today its first apparel collection, Bound Upwards, designed by Nate Brown, its director of art and culture. Bound Upwards, one of Brown’s first projects for Asystem, is comprised of primary color T-shirts, hoodies and accessories featuring different sphere and globe graphics and phrases like “future perspectives” and “energetic expression.” Prices range from $14 for socks to $135 for a duo-tone process hoodie. “A T-shirt and hoodie to me are essential items,” Brown said. “They are vehicles for an idea that reflects who you are. The graphic is this idea that we’re all connected. I’m a firm believer that you are your world and the globe is meant to represent being linked and connected.” Asystem cofounder Josh LeVine said the collection is genderless and is made in Los Angeles where the brand is based. He, Brown and cofounder Oli Walsh all share a fashion background, having worked in apparel in the past. Brown, founder of Studio Institute, was featured by Asystem in the brand’s coffee table book, The Betterment Project, and they took their relationship further in July with the appointment. “Nate is someone we’ve known and respected for years at the forefront of culture and fashion. He has more ideas than we can keep up and we’re similar in that as well,” said LeVine and Walsh. This year, the brand appointed Myodetox founder and physical therapist Vinh Pham as director of recovery and launched its Radical Relief system that is comprised of anti-inflammatory support pills and a CBD gel roll-on. They also joined the Brands for Better coalition earlier this year. “We’ve been continuing to grow and gain momentum, which has been fantastic. We’ve been blessed and been seeing double-digit month-on-month growth, which has been fantastic, but we felt it was really important to use our platform to support those in need at the time,” Walsh said. The brand donated 20 percent of its Radical Relief sales to Feeding America in May. Walsh added about police brutality and the ensuing and continuing protests, “We took that as a moment of self-reflection, asked ourselves what we could do better and how we can be better and put tangible actions into place. We took for granted that this is a real fundamental problem and people need to know how to help impact it for the better.” You May Also Like BAFTA-winning British actress @wunmimosaku gave WWD an inside look at HBO's "Lovecraft Country" and Sundance hit "His House. "⁣⁣Mosaku has a supporting role in the much-anticipated ensemble series "Lovecraft Country," which premiered on HBO on Sunday. The series, executive produced by Jordan Peele and led by showrunner Misha Green, is based on a novel by Matt Ruff and incorporates the sci-fi horror of H.P. Lovecraft's fiction with realistic horror of the Jim Crow-era south. ⁣⁣Mosaku notes that she didn't know much about Lovecraft — the early 1900s genre writer, now recognized as deeply racist — but connected with the tangled family drama of the show living within the larger premise of inequality and white supremacy. The sci-fi elements are easy to forget as the family and socio-political drama and racial tension amps up, and act almost as a barometer: which of these monsters is scarier?⁣⁣Like "Lovecraft Country," "His House" juxtaposes humanity and horror, with empathy — or lack thereof — playing an important role in the story.⁣⁣Preparing for the film involved researching life in Sudan before the civil war, and mapping what a refugee's journey to the U.K. might look like. Mosaku considers that process of understanding the past as imperative to understanding the present.⁣⁣Tap the link in bio for more. ⁣⁣Report: @ktauer ⁣Photo: @ashleyrandallphoto August Getty's couture is going virtual with the help of a new digital fashion shop, the Institute of Digital Fashion in London.⁣⁣⁣⁣Created by Leanne Elliott Young, founder of creative hub CommuneEast, and Cattytay, founder of the Digi-Gxl network of women, trans and nonbinary 3-D artists, the company aims to animate the tactile vision and creativity of designers with AR and VR, while thinking about ways to push inclusivity, diversity and sustainability in fashion.⁣⁣⁣⁣Their first high-profile client is the Los Angeles-based designer, whose eveningwear has been worn by sister-in-law Gigi Gorgeous, as well as by Kim Kardashian West, Paris Hilton, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry.⁣⁣⁣⁣"It’s a home for everybody, where you can repaint your past in vibrant color and be brave…and in the future maybe would make your own avatar, and be able to express yourself in a different way even if you are not there in real life yet," designer August Getty said of the VR potential.⁣⁣⁣⁣Tap the link in bio for more. ⁣⁣⁣⁣Report: @boothmoore

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