Objects IV Life is a brand, reimagined through the eyes of an artist. Conceived and founded by Daniel Arsham, it draws on an artistic philosophy refined over decades to generate essential uniforms for a creative life. Part-laboratory, part-atelier, Objects IV Life seeks to radically reimagine the way that we get dressed. Combining deep research with conceptual thinking, the brand creates a new paradigm for personal style. With an ethos of radical optimism at its core, Objects IV Life believes that the clothes we wear each day harness the possibility of a better tomorrow. Through meticulous attention to process, purpose, and design, Objects IV Life reframes quotidian garments as a platform for positive innovation.


Responsible manufacturing is our central tenet. Every piece in Chapter 1 is produced using carefully-selected factories in Portugal, Italy, and the United States.

Fabrics are chosen for their high quality, durability, and circular potential. Cotton is deadstock or organic; polyester is made from recycled materials; natural latex is used in place of its synthetic equivalent. We make use of bio-based fabrics such as modal and EcoVero™ viscose, which are produced using environmentally-conscious manufacturing methods. 


Our packaging is minimal by design. We use as little material as possible to carefully protect and deliver your order, with every step of the process being vetted for its environmental credentials.

This means that our boxes are 100% recyclable, and made from a minimum of 70% recycled content. Our garments arrive in 100% recycled LDPE polybags. The ink on our boxes is renewable, water-based, and made from natural materials. We seal our boxes with paper tape, which is produced using zero animal derivatives.


1% of all Objects IV Life sales will be donated to The Cooper Union: a New York City-based arts and science institution, established in 1859 as a free center of learning and civic discourse.

As an alumnus of The Cooper Union School of Art and a former recipient of the Gelman Trust Fellowship, Daniel Arsham is committed to supporting The Cooper Union as it restores its original mission to make tuition free for all by 2029.