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V MAGAZINE

DECEMBER 2019

Today, The Prince Estate is releasing a special collaboration with Prince’s late-career clothing designers Cathy Robinson and Lori Marcuz, better known by their studio name Call & Response. The duo dreamed up an evocative, hand-crafted collection of custom jackets, vests and hand-dyed tunics for Prince’s most devoted fans.

VOGUE

April 2018

See Prince's Legendary Outfits From His Fashion Archives: The Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Closet of All Time

Items from Call & Response's Prince collection.

NY POST

December 31, 2019

Prince fans can now wear clothes made by his favorite designers!

Designers who worked with the late rock icon from 2011 until his death in 2016 havereleased a collection of stylesinspired by his “1999” album — a move entirely fitting for the end of this decade.

Retail Insider

July 2019

Canadian Clothing Brand ‘Call & Response’ Attracts Celebrity Customers in Toronto Retail Space

After spending many years under the radar, Toronto-based clothing design firm Call & Response has begun to move into the spotlight. A popular label among musicians, including stars such as Cher, Shania Twain and the late Prince, Call & Response has quietly developed a global reputation for its edgy hand-made clothing, purely through word of mouth.

Prince graces the cover of The Art Issue this month, dressed in clothing by Toronto-based design duo Call & Response. He is pictured here with 3RDEYEGIRL (also all dressed in Call & Response). Photo credit: NPG Records.

FAJO MAGAZINE

January 2020

Call & Response: Prince’s fashion lives on

Seen here at Call and Response, Kardinal Offishall wears a hat from Brimz, watch by Diesel, and shirt and jacket from Call and Response. Photograph by Vanessa Heins

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CanCon music mainstay Kardinal Offishall

Donna Grantis

March 21, 2019

Jimi Hendrix’s Voodoo Child blares in the background of an east-end Toronto studio as a seven-months pregnant Donna Grantis poses with her guitar. She’s outfitted in pieces by Queen West clothing designers Call & Response for NOW’s photo shoot, a label she came to know through her collaborators Shakura S’Aida and Prince.