Talking Points: Pyer Moss

A collection of sources and imagery to explore the fashion label Pyer Moss.

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Pyer Moss

Pyer Moss (pronounced ‘Pierre’) founder Kerby Jean-Raymond grew up in Brooklyn, the son of Haitian immigrants, and has been engaging with the fashion industry since his teenage years, interning at 14, starting a label at 15. Now in his 30s, Jean-Raymond has been at the helm of Pyer Moss since 2013, naming it for his mother. After a long-standing collaborative relationship with Reebok, Jean-Raymond was announced as the vice president of creative direction for the sportswear behemoth in late September 2020. 

See more collections on the Pyer Moss website.

Please be aware that the Pyer Moss website contains some inappropriate language for Primary ages so ensure that you check pages and content before showing the class.

Questions to Ask Children

What do you like/dislike about the garments in Pyer Moss’ collection?

Where might you wear these clothes?

How do these clothes differ from the other garments you’ve explored throughout this half term?

Would you like to wear these clothes?

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