Explore London With JORDANLUCA's Map of Queer Cultural Landmarks

Explore London With JORDANLUCA's Map of Queer Cultural Landmarks

Jordan Bowen and Luca Marchetto’s eponymous brand JORDANLUCA is no stranger to satire and subversion — take a look at its stellar Spring/Summer 2023 Milan Fashion Week runway show if you need reminding. Now, the brand reflects on this with its “Explore London” T-shirt, a piece that at first glance shows a guide to London hotspots, but instead reveals a map of “London’s queer cultural landmarks.”

On the front, JORDANLUCA’s moniker sits alongside a graphic depiction of the brutalist landmark, Trellick Towers, designed by the seminal architect Ernő Goldfinger. On the rear, a large map with bubbles showing snapshots at the locations sits alongside a list consisting of Liverpool Street Station Toilets, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, Hackney Marshes, Hampstead Heath and various other locations known within the LGBTQIA+ community.

The alternative city guide is well documented in queer culture and expression, and to further celebrate this release, JORDANLUCA will be donating its profits from the sale of the T-shirt to akt — Albert Kennedy Trust, supporting LGBTQIA+ young people in the UK who face and experience homelessness or are living in hostile environments.

JORDANLUCA’s “Explore London” T-shirt retails for £80 GBP and can be bought online now.

In other news, Aries has dropped its FW22 collection.
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