Aitor Throup to Unveil Second Brand in 2020

SKETCH THE SWEATS: Aitor Throup has more than one brand in the pipeline.

The Argentinian-British designer is to unveil a gender-neutral label under the The DSA moniker during the upcoming men’s fashion week in Paris, WWD has learned.

Earlier this year, Throup revealed exclusively to WWD that he was working on a new men’s wear brand that will officially be unveiled later next year. While prepping the highly conceptualized fashion project, the designer is stretching his muscles with a more approachable line.

The DSA will focus on accessible sportswear pieces, including white T-shirts and sweatpants, each emblazoned with an original sketch drawn by Throup. For the past eight years, the designer has been building The Daily Sketchbook Archives Instagram account uploading illustrations of fantastical characters and symbols, each captioned with a progressive serial number.

The account counts more than 3,000 followers at press time and 2,772 sketches have been uploaded so far.

Click Here: juicy couture perfume

Challenging the norms and conventions of branding practices, each item will be splashed with the drawings’ serial numbers instead of employing the brand’s logo.

A pair of sweatpants from The DSA label designed by Aitor Throup. 
Courtesy Photo.

Developed by the designer’s A.T. Studio located in a repurposed cotton mill in Burnley, England, the first The DSA collection comprising 10 pieces will bow for spring 2020 and will be available through select retailers, including Dover Street Market.

Throup, who served as G-Star’s executive creative director overseeing the men’s and women’s mainline ranges and the Raw Research men’s line from 2016, last year parted ways amicably with the Amsterdam-based label which is co-owned by Pharrell Williams.

Prior to his appointment at G-Star, Throup had launched his conceptual men’s label New Object Research, which debuted on the London Fashion Week: Men’s calendar in 2013. In 2016 the designer hosted a performance-presentation hybrid in a deconsecrated church in Marylebone.

You May Also Like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *