Thing Thing 2014 Fall/Winter Collection

Known for its contemporary, street-savvy designs, New Zealand’s Thing Thing ushers in the upcoming

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Known for its contemporary, street-savvy designs, New Zealand’s Thing Thing ushers in the upcoming Fall/Winter 2014 season with its latest collection of apparel. The brand’s newest designs, as expected, feature clean, urban-inspired silhouettes on pieces ranging from elongated shirts and crewneck sweatshirts to fresh riffs on the popular jogger pants style. Standouts include seasonal versions of Thing Thing’s signature Way and Clip shirts, as well as the raglan-sleeved Pressure Crewneck Sweater and Shinobi Trackie Pants, all of which are available in a versatile color palette of grey, black and white. Look for Thing Thing’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection now at the HYPEBEAST Store.

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