CUTLASS: A Goyard Machete

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Serge Becker and Matt Goias of Miss Lily’s recently commissioned artist Toland Grinnell to customize an everyday object from Jamaican culture, the machete. “Using original Goyard leather, Grinnell crafted a perfectly-stitched sheath to house the stainless steel blade and had it painted it with the colors of the Jamaican flag in Goyard’s signature monogram style.” Killer.

CUTLASS
2013
Miss Lily’s & Toland Grinnell
Leather and stainless steel
Price available upon request

On display now at Miss Lily’s Variety
130 West Houston Street
New York, NY 10012

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4 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Benni Blanco

    Hate to be a “debbie downer”, as I like all things Goyard, but the quote is misleading. Goyard does not use leather, it’s a canvas fabric woven from cotton, hemp, and linen, and then coated in a gum resin. Sorry to spoil the fun, it’s still a great piece.

  2. Calvin Clarke

    How much fi dis yah cutlass an case?

    Thanks.

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