Très Bien Debuts its First-Ever Collection

Stockholm-based Très Bien is set to introduce its very first collection of in-house designs this

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Stockholm-based Très Bien is set to introduce its very first collection of in-house designs this spring. Much like the e-boutique’s offering of carefully curated goods from the likes of COMME des GARÇONS, Rick Owens, Tim Coppens, Carhartt, Stussy and Nike, Très Bien’s own collection – designed by founding brothers Hannes and Simon Hogeman – perfectly toes the line that exists at the intersection of streetwear and high fashion. “When we started out we wanted to do our thing and incorporate all these elements, mixing high fashion and streetwear with youth culture, art, and music references. It’s more common now, but when we started out ten years ago, only some magazines like i-D represented something similar,” said Simon to Style.com, while Hannes added, “We wanted to do our own collection all along, but we wanted to create a platform first, our own world with rules and standards distinct from the fashion world at large.”

Head on over to Style.com to check out an exclusive preview of the collection and look for Très Bien’s Spring 2014 pieces – including a collaborative canvas edition of Common Projects‘ Achilles silhouette – to be available online next week.

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