The David Casavant Archive is a private collection of the world’s rarest and most coveted garments located in New York City, focusing primarily on the work of conceptual menswear designers of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. The archives contain several thousand pieces that have been collected over the span of over one decade and offer the world’s most comprehensive scope of garments by Austrian designer Helmut Lang, and Belgian designer Raf Simons. Similar collections of these artists’ works are housed in museums across the world, although The David Casavant Archive is distinguished from such institutions because it actively loans its pieces to carefully selected individuals who are among the most culturally significant people of the modern era. Most notably, artists such as Paul McCartney, Kanye West, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Big Sean, Alicia Keys, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Vic Mensa and Lorde have loaned from the Archive. Pieces have appeared in publications such as Vogue Italia, Vogue Germany, Vogue Australia, LOVE, GQ Style, i-D, V, Dazed, Interview, AnOther Man, Man About Town, CR Fashion Book, Garage, Document, 032c and Hero having been styled by editors such as Carine Roitfeld, Katie Grand, Karl Templer, Marie-Amelie Sauve, Olivier Rizzo, Alister Mackie, Alex White, Alastair McKimm, George Cortina, Mel Ottenberg, Beat Bolliger, Robbie Spencer, and Charlotte Stockdale.