Thee-Teen-Aged & Union Los Angeles Look Back at Past L.A. Riots for Creative Inspiration

“Trust The Process.”

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Thee-Teen-Aged follows up on its Rockabilly-themed spring/summer collection with a new range aimed to hit the streets come early next year. The American lifestyle brand has joined forces with Union Los Angeles to create a conceptual collection dubbed “Trust The Process,” which, like the aforementioned offering, reaches back into time — paying homage to a memorable bygone era. The duo looked to recapture the teen angst and rebellious spirit associated with the South Los Angeles Watts-area riots that rocked the West Coast between 1964 – 1965.

The collection itself is comprised of printed T-shirts, graphic button-downs, cardigan-style sweaters, and trousers, all of which embrace the essence of the historical timeframe. The full collection is set to make its debut on February 1 at Union Los Angeles.

In case you missed it, KITH’s second Winter 2017 delivery introduces the New Down Program & a Calux collab.

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