Contact: Joseph Golden
Joseph Golden specializes in printed and woven designs, using both hand processed techniques and digital applications. Best known for his hand painted silks, he has designed and manufactured his own line of clothing as well as collaborated with Anthropologie, Jill Stuart, ABC Home, Henry Lehr, Noreen Seabrook and Gracie Wallpaper.
Joseph studied fine art photography at Parsons School of Design but his career in fashion began as a personal stylist at New York's famous Charivari boutique where his clients included Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, John Kennedy Jr. and Johnny Depp. While working with the Rolling Stones 1994 World Tour, Joseph realized the lack of one-of-a-kind t-shirts in the high end market. He began producing them out of his apartment and selling them to such notable boutiques as Charivari, Louies of Boston, Browns in London, Victoire in Paris and Alexander in Rome. From there, his line grew to include a full line of sportswear.
His work is part of the permanent collection at the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and
has exhibited his work at
The Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Multi Media Gallery in New York City.
Joseph sits on The Fashion Institute of Technology's Sustainability Council and has worked with various companies and organizations to raise awareness for green design and practices.
Joseph Golden for KORNIT DIGITAL, combining hand printing, knitting and dyeing processes and manufactured using NeoPigmentTM process.