Check out the latest must-cop items at There VND Then

Check out the latest must-cop items at There VND Then

From the S/S20 collections of ADER error, HELIOT EMIL, Lomography, Rick Owens DRKSHDW, and Maharishi


Rousing your summer are the latest pieces from the S/S20 collections of ADER error, Rick Owens DRKSHDW, and Maharishi that just landed at There VND Then. Besides the aforementioned, this month marks the official appearance of HELIOT EMIL with its S/S20 “Torqued Ellipse” Collection, as well as the debut of Lomography’s heritage film cameras.

Ranging from designed clothing to enhancing accessories and collectibles, take a look through our recommendation of must-have items, and grab your favorites. All these selections are available at There VND Then, both in-store and online.

Taking the inspiration from extraterrestrial creatures and especially the classic video game “Space Invader”, ADER error has created the “Vader” collection by using the alien-theme and contrasting colorways on each design. Highlighted pieces including the “VADER” graphic-printed t-shirt, “Space Invaders” sweatshirt, and the Piyolo cap with detachable patches simulate the eyes of the alien.

With the signature Avant-Scandinavian aesthetic, HELIOT EMIL officially made its debut at There VND Then with the latest S/S20 “Torqued Ellipse” collection. Inspired by Richard Serra, the set consists of multiples experimental attire featuring Technical Layers details, dressed in monochromatic.

Another new name has just arrived at There VND Then – Lomography is what you need to capture every moment. With the introduction of the Lomo’Instant Camera, which allows printing pictures in seconds, as well as providing extra lens and color gel to create the golden shot. For anyone interested in the simple point-and-shoot method, the Simple Use camera can get the job done in no time.

The subline of the “Prince of Darkness” – DRKSHDW takes on a new look for its S/S20 collection. With the addition of the orange hues, the latest set is ready to celebrate the Summer without breaking the American designer’s original identity.

The sustainable fashion label of Hardy Blechman – Maharishi continues to bring in the signature olive green and black colorway onto its latest release, ranging from t-shirt, sweatshirt, and utilitarian accessories.