Denim code Triarchy feels a blues with camp-inspired collection
March 30, 2015 - fall Denim
TORONTO – Family-founded code Triarchy brought their passion for journey and a outdoor to a fall-winter collection that offering a cold take to stay style.
“We’re unequivocally always on a pierce since we like to have fun, so it seemed like a healthy fit – it unequivocally did,” pronounced Ania Taubenfligel. She co-founded a Vancouver-born, L.A.-bred tag with her brothers, Adam and Mark.
Customized patches, decals and patchwork panelling combined confidant blasts of colour to denim featured on a Triarchy runway during World MasterCard Fashion Week on Wednesday.
Jean styles camber a full spectrum of blue hues from faded unsettled denim to deeper sapphire shades. The silhouettes showcased enclosed both slim-fitting and some-more loose styles.
“What we adore so most about denim – and what we keep removing astounded by – is any deteriorate we emanate a new collection out of one material,” pronounced Adam.
“It’s so opposite from any square in that collection and each collection before it. It’s like operative with a vacant board each time.”