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Nice no Trumpets 2022 Anti Trump Design Shirt! Jameel Mohammed, founder, and director of Khiry, the luxury brand best known for its Afrofuturism jewelry, set up a studio in Williamsburg last year. The compact space, on a recent warm, sunny day, features the hum of heavily taxed air conditioners and the steady squeak of a wardrobe steamer, brimming with artistic creations. The 25-pound suit that Mohammed wore to the 2021 Met Gala, consisting of a shirt made from embossed leather, hung from a garment rack (“I don’t understand this would be a serious business to wear.”, he joked.) The modernist sculptures, designed and built by Mohammed himself, also function as art installations and storage trays. A backdrop, used for casual portraits of Khiry’s friends and clients, covers the wall. This is where Khiry’s world comes to life. For Mohammed, who designed accessories for Former First Lady Michelle Obama and poet laureate Amanda Gorman, the studio has become an important and essential safe space to try new things.

I have had aspirations of doing things outside of jewelry for a long time,” said Mohammed, who presented his first foray into apparel at NYFW last year. “Sometimes you just want to try new things and see how it goes… And not make things as big of a commercial as this in the first place.” The studio will also serve as a “more logical entry point,” says Mohammed. The June 13 Anniversary Tees, the annual celebration marking the end of slavery in America, will release soon for a price of $195. If Khiry Studio sounds remarkably wide, that’s exactly the point. Nice no Trumpets 2022 Anti Trump Design Shirt! Mohammed sees this as the “forward-looking arm” for his brand, which, since its launch in 2016, has been stocked by Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Farfetch. The designer is excited to see what he discovers through projects, without being pressured by “line plans” and other white-collar practices. “Who knows, maybe I’ll decide I want to be a baker!” Mohammed’s voice lifts as he talks about developing stickers, wax candles, music videos, and “then, like, okay, now the album is coming out!” These are not dreams and aspirations in the sky, he assured me. “That’s all we’re working on right now,” he promised, unwavering.