The collaboration, enlivened by a longtime friendship between Union owner Chris Gibbs and Sergio Tacchini creative director Sung Choi (who created Union’s original “Frontman” iconography), reinvents heritage Tacchini silhouettes with Union’s forward-minded design codes. Among the range, joint iconography decorates a bevy of premium twill track jackets and pants, hoodies, tennis polos, T-shirts, shorts, color-blocked bucket hats and caps. Overall, the color story is kept simple: white and navy tones dominate, while green accents offer a subtle strike.
Alongside the collection’s unveiling, ST and Union have cooked up a sizable campaign, shot by Aidan Cullen, featuring Brock Korsan, or Brocky Marciano, the managing partner for No Vacancy Inn and SVP A&R for Warner Records, and his brother Hank Korsan, who is a DJ and model.
The limited-edition Sergio Tacchini x Union Los Angeles collection will be available on both brands’ online stores and at Union’s Los Angeles flagship beginning Thursday, October 20 at 9 a.m. PT. Take a look at the campaign imagery in the gallery above.
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