HIDDEN.NY and NEEDLES Join Forces for Deconstructed Garments

Keizo Shimizu‘s NEEDLES and archive blog turned cultural media beacon and label HIDDEN.NY have joined forces to produce a series of upcycled wares.

The project is led by the Rebuild by Needles program, which utilizes cut-and-sew techniques throughout the armholes and sleeves to achieve a raw layered DIY aesthetic. The effect is applied throughout a series of tri-tone heavy cotton hoodies and tees bearing different co-branding accents including paisley prints, lily pond graphics, floating block text, cracked “h” insignias, and other stylized HIDDEN.NY logos alongside NEEDLES’ purple papillon motif. White zig-zag stitching lines run vertically down the panels to complete the looks.

Additional pieces include co-branded socks and NEEDLES’ classic nylon tracksuits in Black/Green.

The HIDDEN.NY and NEEDLES collaboration is set to arrive on April 15 at the HIDDEN PPF website and on April 16 at 9 a.m. ET on HBX. Behind-the-scenes construction videos can be found below.

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