Black Friday

In GG422TV Episode 2 Gary creates two very different garments around the theme of Black Friday which culminates in a battle scene starring Emily Bennett.


Watch the GaryGraham422 Catherine coat and dress come to life. Gary sketches, cuts and sews hand-embroidered antique French Jacquards to tell the mysterious story of a disappearing woman.


Fictional sound artist Marianne Howell leads a group of young artists living and creating in the Catskills Mountains. A GaryGraham422 film directed by Alex Antitch.

The Gristmill episode #1

The origin story of three friends in Franklin, NY in 1909 who try to start the first wheat-free gristmill.Episode #1 features the two GaryGraham422 namesake textile prints of Marianne Howell and Lillian Jefferson.

Sophronia's Datura Embroidery

A short promo featuring the poisonous Datura flower, embroidery with Sophronia Edgerton in the actual Edgerton gravesite located in Franklin, NY. Hand-embroidered flowers were featured on cotton and wool tops. Sophronia is wearing a custom printed shirt in Belgian linen. Starring Sophia Hall as Sophronia and Rubyrose Hill as Marianne Howell. GaryGraham422 clothing made in Franklin, NY.

Lincoln Jacquard being woven at Thistle Hill Weavers

The GaryGraham422 Lincoln jacquard pattern is an exact replica of the original damask parlor curtains from Abraham Lincoln’s home in Springfield, Illinois. Rabbit Goody of Thistle Hill Weavers replicated these patterns in small batches, in a black cashmere, a burgundy and grey heathered merino, and a natural alpaca. The Lincoln jacquard was used for a limited run of 15 GaryGraham422 pieces.

Gary Graham for Pollack Fall 2018

Promo video for the Gary Graham textile collection collaboration with Pollack Associates

Palacetor A Fashion Film By Gary Graham

Gary Graham gathers an inspiring cast of seven creative women — Parker Posey, Kara Walker, Naomi Yang, Alexandra Marzella, Jennifer Nettles, Gina Gershon and Sunrise Ruffalo — to bring his Fall 2016 collection to life. A Gary Graham film – directed by Alex Antitch.