Tag Archives: fall

Antithesis on the Move

Many exciting things have been happening here at Antithesis!

Now we’ve completed and shot our Fall collection, which will be landing on our site Antithesis.co from 6th September, we’ve been busy planning our launch event at the Primo Bar – Park Plaza Hotel! Not content with a busy month we decided to top off our schedule with a change of scenery, just in time to soak up some East London Olympic charm!

After a good old look around, we moved into our new location at Hackney Downs Studios last week, where we opted for The Heartspace, a great shared space just a stone’s throw away from the delightfully authentic Russet Cafe (perfect for a much-needed coffee break or delicious lunch). Here we are surrounded with creatives from every possible discipline and enough floor space to swing a clowder of cats!

After a couple of incredibly busy days last week we are both delighted and relieved to say that we are finally all settled into our new home for the forseeable future. Our fabulous new pattern cutting table made by Aldworth James & Bond has made its arrival, and we can’t wait to start getting creative and crack on with our Spring collection! Take a look below at some images of our new surroundings and keep an eye out on the blog for images from our editorial shoot of the Fall collection!  

Here’s our brilliant new pattern cutting table!

Our great new space at The Hackney Downs Studios.

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Out of the Closet

That’s it, our Fall 2012 collection is finally ready! Without wanting to spoil the surprise, we thought we could allow you to get a quick peak into the Antithesis Wardrobe. Check out this space for the pictures of our editorial photoshoot coming up very soon!


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It’s Design Time!

Since you’re curious and we like to talk about what we do, here’s a sneak peak into the initial developments of our first collection which will be launched this coming Fall. The range is inspired by Wabi Sabi, a Japanese aesthetic view embracing the notion of authenticity by recognising that beauty is ‘imperfect, impermanent and incomplete’. Wabi stands for simplicity, humility and harmony while Sabi connotes a beauty or serenity that comes with age. We aim to make perennial garments that not only last, but also get better with time, just like your favourite pair of jeans or leather jacket.

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