Twelvepieces Stays True to Its Cultural Heritage With 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

Focusing on the Arab Spring and anarchy in the Middle East.

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Twelvepieces was founded by Amir Hassan and has just launched its debut collection, entitled The Spring. The brand has taken on a storytelling-focused approach to its clothing, with this range being about the Arab Spring and anarchy in the Middle East, which has led to a sand and stone-based color palette and loose-fit clothing. A capsule range of twelve styles with twelve pieces available in total for each look makes up the collection and all of them are individually numbered. The collection is available from Twelvepieces’s web store now.

If you’re on the lookout for similarly loose and louche clothing, you should check out DRÔLE DE MONSIEUR’s latest collection, which you can see here.

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