Fashion Vs. Food Injustice | Introducing Sky High Farm Workwear

Fashion Vs. Food Injustice | Introducing Sky High Farm Workwear

It all began over ten years ago... The mission to fight food injustice brought a spontaneous purchase of 40-acres of forgotten land in upstate New-York. Helmed by Dan Colen, his precise vision saw the land rejuvenated, developing into SKY HIGH FARM - a self-sustained ecosystem of gardens and farms through practicing sustainable and regenerative agriculture. Donating 100% of its produce to food banks and pantries saw the farm's awareness grow inspiring the development of new programs and partnerships to deliver up to 70 tonnes of food to local organisations.

Colen's creative roots provided an innovative ideation to his philanthropic passion - garnering attention from world renowned talent and inspiring collaborative projects to bring accessibility, awareness and therefore opportunity to industries and practices typically shrouded in confusion. Dedicated in furthering their impact, the latest project posits a new definition of philanthropy and service with partners the Commes Des Garcons owned Dover Street Market Paris.

By combining important activism with the reach of streetwear SKY HIGH FARM WORKWEAR was born sharing names with the likes of Supreme, NOAH, Awake NY, and Brain Dead. Garments are constructed from dead stock with other traceable materials inviting artists to contribute their work to be printed on a collection of t-shirts, sweaters, pants, accessories and more. The self-sustainable ecosystem of Colen's farm extending to the garments with all proceeds donated back into the farm to amplify the fight against food injustice.

We are proud to introduce SKY HIGH FARM WORKWEAR into Highs and Lows. Providing access to premium spec garments, contemporary art and the opportunity to help curb food injustice. Now available online and in-store at our King Street Flagship store located in Perth, Australia now.