Our big brother side project to Fragment, TWIN Apparel has been going strong for the last few months now and to add to our new supplier we’ve added a whole new range of colour ways.
To check out the new range and additional designs from last time we spoke head over to our online store here. Also, ready your eyes for our first piece of print advertising in the next issue of DAZED & CONFUSED. That’s if it’s not banned in your country this month.
So a few of you might have seen that us boys behind Fragment have started up our own little menswear range, named after the Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, TWIN. We’ve been real busy setting things up the last few months but at last almost all of our first designs are available online over at – http://twinapparel.bigcartel.com/.
We’d really appreciate any feedback anyone has on the designs or the way we’re doing things as we’re really pushing to get things off the ground with it all over the next few months. We’re also selling the shirts on Facebook so go check out that if you get a moment: https://www.facebook.com/twinapparel
With our nights at The Alibi truly going strong and some free time finally on our hands we’ve at last got round to launching a new side-division of Fragment for 2012 by the name of TWIN. The name is taken from a film that resembles familiarities of the two founders of Fragment and TWIN, Mike Oman and myself James.
We’ve launched with a series of designs which we hope A. you’ll all like and B. will be available very soon. You’ll have to stay tuned for more information on where they’ll be available from but we’ve got some very exciting places lined up for our full launch this Spring.
Check out all of the designs on the TWIN website here: cargocollective.com/twinapparel
Follow TWIN for all the latest news on twitter here: twitter.com//twinapparel
And why not go give us a Like on facebook here: facebook.com/twinapparel
You can now buy this super awesome ‘Nate’ T from The New Fabricali thanks to good friend of Fragment, Joe Mason – check out more of his work here.