NEEDLES has dropped a new set of long sleeve tees from its Rebuild by NEEDLES initiative. Utilizing various cuts from different graphic apparel, the latest collective from the Japanese brand sees an assortment of collegiate shirts in a deconstructed fashion. Colleges such as The University of Florida, Baylor State and Ball State to name are few have been chosen as the main logos for the range and the cut-and-sew technique can be seen at the armholes and sleeves. The effect shows various fabric stripes in different colors for a cool DIY effect.
Deconstructed apparel has been a big trend as of late, especially with the growth of DIY culture and more attention to sustainability. Needles’ Rebuild program is a fine example of the movement with these brand new T-Shirt assortments now available on Caliroots for $159 USD each. Each item is limited to one in the specific size chosen.
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