Independent Brooklyn-based brand THE ARRIVALS® has just launched its SS22 collection, SIGNAL LOST. Developed by the brand’s research lab, it stems from a creative design challenge to create a net-neutral range of pieces. The result is a responsibly made collection of products that feature recycled, reconstructed and repurposed textiles.
Vintage fabric and 100% repurposed organic cotton were strictly used for the production of the collection. It was made both in Los Angeles and New York City and showcases limited edition SIGNAL LOST graphical designs, which represent a new use for lost materials, and which are hand-dyed on a range of Softwear styles.
These softwear pieces consist of the ReSOURCE Pant and the ReSOURCE Hoodie, both made from ultra-soft 25oz organic french terry cotton and displaying gel printed No Internet graphics and personalized silicon branding- promoting a mindful present and a meaningful future. These two pieces are available in the colors painter white, sage, space black and turf.
The collection also features the ReSOURCE Tee and the ReSOURCE LS Tee. The short sleeve version is available in the colors nectar and space black and has contrast, cover stitch detailing and custom gel graphics. The long-sleeve version is available in the colors nectar, painter white and space black and is adorned with Signal Lost designs in puff ink, inspired by the early days of the web. Both of these models are made from 16oz re-sourced fabric.
For accessories, the collection offers the ReSOURCE Hat, made from water-resistant poly ripstop. This technical bucket hat is finished with an adjustable recycled poly bungee cord, moisture-wicking inner mesh sweatband and the brand’s branding. It’s available to purchase in the colors sage and space black.
THE ARRIVALS® aims to create products it wishes to see out in the market going forward, carefully designed, regularly tested pieces that are in symbiosis with the places and spaces that those making them look for and explore.
You can now shop THE ARRIVALS® new collection on the brand’s website, with prices starting at $50 USD.