If the Triarchy Spring/Summer 2014 collection is any indication, the only warm-weather essential you’ll need is a pair of pants.
The collection recently made its debut at Toronto Fashion Week, with all of the male models walking the catwalk in only a pair of slacks — no shirt, no shoes. The menswear collection of form-fitting jeans make strong basics for any wardrobe. The collection featured a range of fairly neutral colors, with the only real pops of color coming from an indigo and a yellow pair of pants.
Although Triarchy's approach to presentation on the runway is a little more minimal than what people might be used to seeing on the catwalks, it certainly succeeded at making its jeans the focal point of the show.
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