"The Greens is a symbol that reminds us that we are becoming the vision we have always dreamed of," Taylor says. "We are a boutique curation space that heroes streetwear and uses access as our ethos to bringing art and curation to a space that many deem 'fly-over' in an aim to move the needle."


Recently featured on HYPEBEAST, and PAPER, we are worlds apart from your typical brick and mortar. The Greens is a symbol that reminds us that we are becoming thevision we have always dreamed of. We are a boutique curation space that uses access as our ethos to shift the narrative. As a module concept space, we are constantly building worlds to create a new idea of space. Implementing new structures of intention while unlearning normative formats.

Becoming the vision we always dreamed of. 

The Greens is an experience. That moment in your childhood when you’re sitting on the porch eating a push-pop from the ice cream truck, dreaming about what life is like on the other side, that’s, The Greens. That place in time where the seemingly greener, more manicured grass is suddenly within the cusp of your hands, that’s The Greens too.

It was never about the white picket fence, the big house and the manicured grass; the grass was only greener because it wasn’t real. The lesson, nevertheless, was still in the dream; which only had power because we actually believed it could exist. 

Without the dream, we wouldn’t have The Greens.


'Solarium' follows a girl who finds an invitation to a mythical greenhouse but realizes she has no address, no directions, and no transportation.

 This being, what she will soon find out is, "The Greens".


LA-based graphic designer and art director Rannel Ngumuya recently launched a show at a boutique called The Greens in Columbia, Missouri.