When it comes to jeans, everybody has a favourite fit. For West Coast denim company Triarchy, founded in Vancouver by siblings Mark, Adam, and Ania Taubenfligel, they saw a market for more. The three-year-young brand draws inspiration from motorcycle culture and equestrianism, and their fall/winter collection aims to modernize classic cuts, with high-waisted skinnies for ladies and rebellious leather-wash jeans for men. As the company puts it, their women’s cuts are “jeans you can wear to the stable, then come home, borrow your mom’s jewels and head out for a night on the town.” The men’s biker-inspired styles mesh well with Triarchy’s own brand of custom, built-from-scratch motorcycles.
August 27, 2012