TRIBE Announces NYFW Collaboration with Leading New York-Based Artists

TRIBE, a men’s cosmetics brand, today announced its official New York Fashion Week (NYFW) collaboration with three leading New York-based artists, Jamal Scott, Matthew Ardel and Daniel Avshalumov. The three fashion-related artists have each created limited edition works of art inspired by the energy and creativity of New York Fashion Week.

“The artists that participated in this collaboration have all broken norms of society and continue to. They are all successful in their fields because they chose to ignore society’s conventions, stay true to their identity, and find a path to be their best self. This is what Tribe hopes to encourage in our customers and all people, to show the world your best self and make your goals and dreams a reality,” according to Tribe Co-Founder, Matt Rodrigues.

The collaborative collection will be featured on limited edition packaging, (available in all 5 shades) of its most successful product Tribe Skin Fix ($18 USD) for the month of September 2021. Tribe’s Skin Fix, a multi-shade concealer, instantly hides blemishes, evens out skin tone and hides redness and wrinkles. Skin Fix has become a market leader in normalizing the stigma of men using color concealer and this collaboration fits into Tribe’s larger brand narratives. To learn more please visit:

About the 2021 TRIBE Collaboration Artists:

Jamal Scott

Brooklyn, New York raised Jamal Scott was always destined to be in the limelight of creative arts. Born to Trinidadian heritage, a young Jamal would pursue a spectrum of creative arts, including learning to sew at age four under the direction of his beloved grandmother, before finally discovering after college his true passion for storytelling through make-up artistry.

Matthew Ardel:

Matthew Ardell, model, artist, and gallery professional, resides and works in New York City. Matthew started work at Pace Gallery in 2018 and soon after signed with Wilhelmina in 2019. Matthew’s work is influenced by reflections on material, open space, and ephemerality. His work is an exploration of the sense of solitude evoked in transience. Matt studied Fine Art at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Daniel Avshalumov:

Daniel Avshalumov, born in Belarus, flew to the United States at around the age of 2. Throughout his childhood years, Daniel consumed most of his time learning many expressive art forms, such as music and dance. Listening to classical music was always Daniels way to unwind after a long day. His attention to the arts stretched to the practice of dance. Dancing through the years helped Daniel develop a strong sense of discipline and respect that he was able to apply beyond the dance floor. In 2019, Daniel got signed and began college. Around this time, Daniel began interning at a software company, pursuing his dream of becoming a computer science engineer.

About TRIBE:

TRIBE is a 3-step system for simplifying the way men can achieve a polished with no special tools or expert-level education needed. The brand has created products that solve common cosmetics issues men encounter. With discreet packaging inspired by the jars already in our bathrooms, clean formulas that perform like high-end traditional beauty, and none of the brushes. To learn more please visit:


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