Triumvir present its collection alongside Capcom and the Street Fighter franchise. This new lineup features the brand’s signature style of clean cut graphics, cut-and-sew, and top notch denim. Offered below description of the process behind this new lineup, while the collection is now available for pre-order here.
What I wanted to do with Shadaloo Psycho Brigade was to create an unorthodox approach from the “video game/anime x clothing line” genre that we are used to seeing here in the USA. I really respect the cool products that other collaborators in Japan and the rest of Asia create when it comes to a clothing label collaborating with a video game/anime/manga related title. When it comes to these related merchandise, the quality and concept in Asia is top-notch and you get a sense of the attention to detail the creative and development team put towards the product and concept. And that kind of dedication is what I wanted to mimic from our neighbors across the pacific. Recently I noticed my little cousin wearing a Japanese made Gundam hoody that costs somewhere around $150.00 with the nicest construction and material I’ve seen used and it wasn’t just a screen printed character of Zaku. So this is only part of the reason for creating a whole separate mini website for the Psycho Brigade Collection, I wanted to give the feeling of it being its own entity away from Triumvir, a detailed concept, in my opinion it is more about the concept of the Psycho Brigade character than the clothing itself, because the clothing was created for the character.