In continued promotion of the highly-anticipated New Object Research line, Aitor Throup has kicked off an installation at high-end retailer H. Lorenzo in Los Angeles. The clothier can now count New Object Research alongside the likes of Damir Doma and Undercover, which nicely contextualizes...

London men's designer Aitor Throup doesn't take kindly to the seasonal cycles of fashion and its wrenching, stymying effect on the creative process. And so he's started his own system, one where he releases "archetypes" when, and only when, they're ready. The concept is that ideas evolve over...

Like the elephant, it seems Aitor Throup has been carrying his baby for the longest recorded time on earth. It has been 7 years since he graduated from the Royal College of Art to which he has spent incubating the concept behind his first ready-to-wear collection, 'New Object Research',...

The highly anticipated ready-to-wear line from artist and experimental designer Aitor Throup has been launched, with the label drafting in Kasabian's Sergio Pizzorno to model some of the looks. London's Dover Street Market is first to play host to the New Object Research collection, and has...

The collection release coincides with the launch of Aitor Throup new website, where you can see the 360º photographic gallery of all 23 pieces, the campaign catalogue and video (featuring Sergio Pizzorno of Kasabian). Head over to Dover Street Market in London to see the installation of...

Silvia Fendi, jeweler William Welstead and designer Aitor Throup — who presented a preview of his first complete collection — were among the other notables present, while SOME/THINGS Magazine unveiled its sixth volume, titled The Dark Labyrinth and StyleZeitgesist launched its third issue....

Aitor Throup 2013 Spring/Summer Collection Preview Video Preceding the launch of his highly anticipated eponymous fashion line, Aitor Throup opens the door to his London studio granting Crane.TV an exclusive interview. Growing up in Argentina as an imaginative illustrator, Throup began...

Buenos Aires born, England-based designer Aitor Throup recently opened up his studios for both a visit and an interview touching on the subject of creativity involving Style Salvage. A ground-breaking premiere collection in 2006 led Throup to critical acclaim following stints working for Stone...

designer talks about his personal highlights including designing the England football kits with Umbro and working with some of his favourite bands and musicians such as Kasabian and Damon Albarn. In this exclusive interview, we also hear about his "revolutionary" approach to design and why he...

Aitor Throup's first full clothing collection has finally hit the shops seven years after his graduation from the Royal College of Art. "New Object Research" is the amalgamation and result of archetypal concepts that the Argentinian-born, London-based designer and artist has been exploring...

 

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