Beloved technology company String Ting is going vintage with an exclusive collection of upcycled clothing.
Starting Thursday, October 28, the celebrity-endorsed brand known for its trendy beaded phone charms will launch 100 one-of-a-kind pieces featuring artwork from the London-based designer. Jiro Bevis, in addition to new accessories that will be released in drops for the next holiday season. The new launch follows its most recent collaboration with the British brand Hillier Bartley, which included limited edition beaded bracelets.
String Ting’s recycled clothing line will feature a range of reworked wardrobe essentials from luxury designers and sportswear brands to brighten up your fall wardrobe. You can expect a range of baggy t-shirts, denim staples, oversized button-down shirts and rugby polo shirts, as well as doodles of rabbits and cartoon characters (serving as mascots for the brand) screen-printed. on each garment. We definitely have an eye out for some standout pieces from the upcoming collection, like a vintage Burberry trench coat, Saint Laurent Harrington jacket, and Benetton striped rugby shirt.
Peckham-based String Ting debuted after the craftcore-inspired trend rose in 2020, releasing vibrant, kitschy designs with a hint of childhood and early childhood nostalgia. The brand’s range of brightly colored beads, heart-shaped charms, and smiley designs have elevated the mirror selfie game. In just under two years, String Ting’s whimsical phone charms have since been worn by celebrities such as Dua Lipa, Miley Cyrus, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber. Not to mention that the brand also has a collaboration with the famous brand of phone cases Wildflower cases under his belt.
“String Tings are super happy one-offs, so it only made sense if we were to be passionate about clothing,” NYLON-exclusive founder Rachel Steed-Middleton said. “They should have the same spirit as the Tings of being fun, chic and a little irreverent while being humble at the same time. Our branded mascots are totally the buddies for the job.
From Thursday 28 October, String Ting’s limited-edition vintage clothing line (with items between £ 25 and £ 250, around $ 35 to $ 345) will be available at StringTing.com. In the meantime, you can see the campaign pieces in more detail, ahead.