Automotoportal  

 

Marc Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVs

Marc Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVs  
Filed under:
Design, SUVs, Nissan
on 10/28/2006

Source: Nissan


Mark Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVsMark Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVsMark Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVsMarc Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVsMarc Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVsMarc Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVsMarc Ecko modified two of Nissan's most popular SUVs

Nissan and Marc Ecko have revealed what happens when two of the most design-forward companies in the automotive and fashion industries unite. At a VIP event held at New York’s Splashlight Studios, Nissan and Marc Ecko showcased the results of their recently announced partnership – the Nissan Pathfinder and the Nissan Armada customised by Marc Ecko, and the Nissan-inspired line of apparel and accessories from the *ecko unltd. and Marc Ecko Cut & Sew collections.


“Nissan and Marc Ecko are two brands known for bold, forward-thinking design,” said Jan Thompson, vice president of marketing for Nissan North America. “The new customised vehicles and clothing line emerging from this collaboration are the perfect extension of the quality and affinity for street culture inherent to both brands.”

The Nissan Pathfinder customised by Marc Ecko is inspired by *ecko unltd.’s street-smart swagger. It takes a vehicle that loves to get a little dirty and gives it an ‘old school’ twist with smoothed wheel wells, a modified grille and a custom black and grey camouflage paint job. The interior includes seamless black leather, moulded wood backs and a glossy, safety orange centre console.


Click to enlarge



The Nissan Armada customised by Marc Ecko follows Cut & Sew’s sophisticated designs, retaining the muscularity of the vehicle’s original look while adding an edge. The exterior features a cream Landau roof, laser etched rims and safety orange side panels. The interior offers sophisticated touches like the use of premium cream and tan calfskin leathers with heavy-contrast stitching.

“My goal with this project is to not only introduce my original sense of style to Nissan, but to do so in a way that highlights the individuality of the Pathfinder and Armada brands,” said Mr Ecko.

Mr Ecko also designed limited edition, co-branded pullover anoraks, t-shirts, leather key chains and other items that will be given away at events and sold online through www.ecko.com. Proceeds from the sale will benefit Sweat Equity Enterprises (SEE), Mr Ecko’s nonprofit organisation, which empowers at-risk teens to learn professional design and technology skills while working behind the scenes in leading design companies.



Your Comments

 
 
   
 

Related articles


No related articles.
 
 

Latest headlines

 
 

Previous articles


Hands free Micra (UK)

13 years 1 month ago

Nissan Qashqai on the virtual streets

13 years 1 month ago

Nissan Micra with dual personality

13 years 1 month ago