Needles smashes through this season with its bold prints and vintage cuts. The Needles Autumn/Winter Collection 20’ takes inspiration from the ‘60s and ‘70s to bring various quirky yet vintage styles. Founded in 1998, Needles is known for serving fascinating peculiar deconstructed garments. With the products manufactured in Japan, creator Shimzu has used his manufacturing experience to help drive his sharp ideas. This is how Needles came to blend their style old western and military Americana style with Japanese textiles. Needles Autumn/Winter Collection ’20 breaks through all collections. Shop the... Read More
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Beams Plus is an iconic Japanese brand that we’re delighted to add for autumn and winter ’20. They make the sort of refined clothing that can only come from Japan. Taking reference from areas like classic work-wear, military and sportswear Beams Plus is all about wearable items with distinction. The fabrics used are excellent and every collection is full of stand out pieces. Autumn and winter ’20 is a great place to start, check out the pieces in focus below and head over to the store to shop now.
adidas and Yohji Yamamoto return for the latest release of Y-3’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection. Reimagining the iconography of traditional sporting disciplines and elevating the aesthetics of performance-inspired design, the brand presents its bold new take on a running silhouette: the Y-3 Shiku Run. Available online in two colourways now.
A new brand for us here at Triads, Aries is already a very firm favourite. Bridging the gap between streetwear and high end, Aries is heavy on unique artwork and subversive graphics. From simple tees to Italian made pieces, the quality of the brand is second to none and always super wearable and easy to style. Check out some of the Aries looks we’ve put together and shop our first deliveries of the season here.
Soulland is a new brand here at Triads and one we can’t wait to start dropping. It’s one of those effortlessly cool Scandinavian brands that takes on streetwear with a refined approach, creating stuff with an air of sophistication. Founded in Copenhagen back in 2002, the brand keeps as much of it’s production as possible in Europe, working closely with factories to control the quality of the end product. They collaborate regularly with independent artists with a cultured approach and underground feel to it. Our first drop is online now... Read More
Summer is a season where Stussy really comes into it’s own. Laid back Californian vibes are standard issue for the brand but for the summer season we get a load of it. Much of the focus especially with outerwear is on classic silhouettes and dyeing techniques. We see workwear staples in a new light with crazy washes and mad colour throughout. As always, Stussy drops throughout the season so take a look at some of our favourite lookbook shots below and hold tight as we upload the first delivery on... Read More
Stepney Workers Club is a new brand for us here at Triads and one we’re excited to present. The footwear takes inspiration from the inclusive nature of Workers Sports Clubs and the handshake logo is an obvious nod to the liberal thinking and unity of these sort of teams. In addition to brand values we can get on board with, the shoes themselves are nothing short of awesome. With a thick sole unit, high foxing and tough upper materials, SWC’s signature models are great everyday footwear and super easy to... Read More
This season Wood Wood has collaborated with household name, Disney on a capsule collection, titled ‘MMM’, an unmistakable reference to the two protagonists. The collection shines a spotlight on two of the most iconic characters, Mickey and Minnie Mouse whose presence is hard to miss throughout the designs. The prints incorporate Disney’s unique power of storytelling which draws emotions that everyone around the world can relate to. Wood Wood has pulled and reworked frames from original Disney shorts to create a range of new designs incorporating motion and timelines, drawing... Read More
We’ve always thought of Patagonia’s stuff to be pretty hardwearing but we didn’t realise it was actually a full time job to put this to the test. Most brands use field testing but we’ve never seen tests as rigorous as Patagonia’s. The results are solid each and every time and thats why most of the products come with a lifetime gurantee. Patagonia commit to repair or replace anything that becomes damaged due to poor craftsmanship but it rarely gets that far. If you’re looking for outdoor kit that’s good looking,... Read More
Maharishi takes a trip to Miami for the latest lookbook feature. Styles explore lightweight and breathable fabrics for summer – including a silk-like vegetable dyed Japanese cupro, a water-repellant cotton blend, and seasonal staples like hemp and organic cotton sweat & jersey. New for SS20 is an ikat cotton – a custom weave designed to mimic Strichtarn rain camouflage. The pattern is formed of resist-dyed / tie-dyed cotton yarns, which are then handloom woven together to form the finished textile. DPM: Neo Rain continues to draw from East German rain... Read More