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The iconic Mosaic design is born out of Jason's Lower East Side studio. After rocking the original Holographic Mosaic Tee at some of New York City’s hottest events, Jason Brickhill’s namesake brand was put on the map, capturing the attention of celebrities and their stylists.
Stepping further into his signature pattern, Jason developed the Glitter Mosaic Collection and later releases a redesigned logo. The “JB Diamond" is embellished as the centerpiece of nearly all future JASON BRICKHILL pieces.
Adam Lambert dazzled in a JB Glitter Mosaic Tee (styled under a blazer) performing with legendary Queen in the shadow of Big Ben at London's New Years Eve event. That year, JASON BRICKHILL is sought out by Patricia Field to get a window spotlight at her legendary store on the Bowery in New York City.
With the entire world being shaken by the emerging pandemic, Jason sets a steady career aside and reinvents in his namesake brand, full-time.
After releasing a collection of masks in early February, Jason tapped into his filmmaking roots to debut the GLITCH Collection alongside an immersive "GLITCH RIDER" short film, as a way to navigate and make sense of the glitch we were all living in.
One year later, the world was still getting used to the pandemic-era. In-person events were too risky and "virtual" continued to develop. Once again, Patricia Field asked to feature JASON BRICKHILL in her NYFW Virtual Fashion Show, and GLITCH 2.0 was born.
Continuing the GLITCH storyline, the new Collection featured a more playful, vaporware aesthetic, with oversized logos and objects floating over a neon wavy grid pattern, delivering a new groove as we all navigated toward a hopeful post-pandemic world, but remembering all that changed with it.
JASON BRICKHILL is featured at legendary stylist Patricia Field’s (Sex and the City, The Devil Wears Prada, Emily in Paris) NYFW Runway Show and debuts the new “Nebula” dress and reinvented versions of his iconic Holographic Mosaic Tee and Tank, with a refined look, updated silhouettes, and future-forward technology to guarantee authenticity.