Prepare for your sartorial dreams to come through with the opening of Boston's ALL TOO HUMAN - the city's first concept store.
Every inch of the 2,500 square foot space (complete with an outdoor patio for guests) is curated, from works of art, to a hand-picked assortment of international designers, like Kitsuné, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Dries Van Noten and Proenza Schouler. Founders Jessica Knez and Joseph Morissey have combined their impressive of fashion backgrounds to create a a multi-sensory shopping experience that stands out in an increasingly digital world.
“With fashion as our core, ALL TOO HUMAN seeks to push the limits of creative engagement and expressionism through collaboration, installations and special programming”, states Jessica Knez, Owner of ALL TOO HUMAN. “We’re a creative space, and believe in the distinct overlap between art and fashion. ALL TOO HUMAN is always discovering, encouraging and promoting partnerships between artists and designers, in all forms.”
This collective of creatives, from the designers and artists, to shoppers, infuses the space with an energy that can't be manufactured. The shop's seamless integration of art, music, fashion and design, will continually evolve with the same fluidity as the creative process itself.
“Our programs, whether they are in the fashion, music or art realm, are fully filtered and executed through Jessica’s and my vision, curating very focused experiences and very wearable collections that are not too complicated for our customers,” shares Joseph Morrissey, Partner of ALL TOO HUMAN. “Our pieces have a story to tell and need to be shared.
All Too Human, 236 Clarendon St, Boston, MA