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  1. TEKsevenZERO

    Byborre textile tech style

    Didn't realise the old denim head was working for them, thanks for that tidbit and kudos to Cotton Duck.
  2. TEKsevenZERO

    Byborre textile tech style

    About Byborre BYBORRE is an Amsterdam based textile innovation studio working on the frontiers of material development, functionality and aesthetics through engineered knits. The BYBORRE studio is committed to true textile innovation and rethinking all stages of the garment-creation process, from design to manufacturing. BYBORRE serves both as a material development and production hub, a design studio and, overall, a platform for questioning how fashions of the future can be more responsible, providing a better, sustainable product to people worldwide. BYBORRE allows brands to custom engineer meaningful and sustainable textiles. The mission is to change the game of textiles from a sourcing driven industry to a design and innovation game, while reducing the negative footprint. By giving professional creators full control over all textile variables (function, feel, aesthetics and footprint) simultaneously in one place, they can create superior products that consumers and our planet need. Without being discouraged by the hassles of a complicated supply chain with lots of legacy, designers can configure samples instantly, and have them produced at scale in Amsterdam or locally. Brands like Adidas, Descente, Rapha, Eastpak, GORE-TEX, BMW use the BYBORRE textiles today. The BYBORRE label, BYBORRE’s in-house brand, is the perfect means for showcasing the studio’s advances. It is, in a way, the first client of the BYBORRE textile studio. It is an essential aspect of the broader BYBORRE project – in other words, it’s part of something bigger. The BYBORRE label is the final step in proving the potential for uniting the manufacturing process under one roof to prevent waste and promote responsible design. The label serves as a forecast for the wider industry – a means of highlighting what could and should be possible with BYBORRE textiles. It provides suggestions for ideas, shapes, products and finishes to come. It is a playground for refining the BYBORRE ideology – a hub of imagination where all textiles are building blocks and research and development can be pushed to the final point. ±40 premium boutiques around the world sell the label, including stores such as Browns in London, Isetan in Tokyo, and Snowpeak in NY. byborre.com About Borre Akkersdijk Borre Akkersdijk is a Dutch textile designer and the co-founder and creative director of textile innovation studio BYBORRE. Born in Wamel, the Netherlands, Akkersdijk took fashion design courses at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2009 while also working at Paris-based design and trend consultancy Studio Edelkoort. He started what became the foundation of BYBORRE in October 2010, initially consulting for brands such as Nike and Louis Vuitton before deciding to focus solely on the development of his now signature 3D knitted fabrics. In 2012, he was awarded Young Designer of the Year at the Dutch Design Awards. Research into the future of fashion and integrated technology resulted in presentations at South by Southwest, Bejing Designweek and Salone del Mobile Milano and publications in Wired magazine and Fast Company Magazine. Since then Akkersdijk has worked on building a studio filled with machines and a team of specialists from all corners of the textile industry to grow BYBORRE into what it is today.
  3. TEKsevenZERO

    Techwear sale-steals

    https://www.allotmentstore.com/products/bamba-6?variant=34355061882924
  4. TEKsevenZERO

    WAYWT destroyed my cybernetic implants [2046]

    Walking the pooch with my daughter in the pouring rain today. UBR Byborre Hybrid Long shorts H3 GTX Clarks GTX wallabee
  5. TEKsevenZERO

    Urban Techwear

    Btw was thinking of creating a new thread devoted to the brand - thoughts?
  6. TEKsevenZERO

    Urban Techwear

    @beepy the merino is supersoft and will be a great spring item, esp given the cropped nature of the particular design. my faves though are the A03 fabric pants, so uber thick warm and damned comfy. I’m practically living in them when back home from work.
  7. TEKsevenZERO

    Urban Techwear

    Bad pic but yes, they arrived about 10 minutes ago!
  8. TEKsevenZERO

    Urban Techwear

    I wear either an L or XL in the lighter pants, but an XL in the heavier as the waistband is more constricting and the jacket is an XL, ant smaller and as you say, the arms would be too short and the chest might be a bit snug, I've not tried XXL but think it's be too big so the sizing to me is definitely northern European sizing (that's normal to/for me!) and not asian or Italian sizes. For example I would wear 3xl in Shadow project or ((might)) get away with XXL and XL in Acronym for sure but only on their boxier fits. Love the multi colour scarfs but they went straight away as well as the experimental scarf/neck warmer with the zipper that was lovely. Sitting staring at the front door waiting to take delivery of the merino pants right now !
  9. TEKsevenZERO

    Urban Techwear

    @beepy - oh yes, for sure, had a couple of pairs of pants for a few months, couldn't wear properly until today as they are too warm! Also have a jacket, scarf and also another pair of pants (merino) on their way to me that I found for a steal in the sales! Love the stuff, have my eye on a parka and also the PM jacket but need to put in some overtime and hope it does not sell out in the meanwhile, how about you?
  10. TEKsevenZERO

    Acronym.

    Only buy what you love NOT what you think others will love, don't give toss what has the highest price there is no right ticklist, just so long as it fits and makes you smile. Mix it with other stuff from other brands/non-brands, so much more interesting than attack of the clones. Over & out
  11. TEKsevenZERO

    Acronym.

    I sold my cp2 for a 1/4 of the new price having only been worn once ! Oh hindsite my evil friend.
  12. TEKsevenZERO

    Acronym.

    One of the best ACRNM looks....just saying, I think the Ridgemont High sets it off, wabi sabi...
  13. TEKsevenZERO

    The ACRONYM Community Sales Thread

    Just putting this out there if anyone's interested... Got my old Analog jacket in XL, you know the one that Errolson designed with the thousands of pockets and lights in the hood, it's in green and packs away into its own satchel/pack. Also got several pairs of ACG woven pants in black (L+XL) & green (L) that I'm happy to sell if anyone's interested. Jacket would be $1000 (offers welcome) pants would be $150 each PPG or add 4% shipps from the UK.
  14. TEKsevenZERO

    WAYWT destroyed my cybernetic implants [2046]

    it's a brolly you wally
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