In 2015, brothers Billy and Christopher Hines, along with longtime friend Jack Hurley, sought to invoke in their brand a spirit of style and comfort found in the rustic paradise of the ancient Greek region of Arcadia. With this concept in mind, the team behind sportswear brand Arcady began to create timeless pieces that combine a classic aesthetic with modern reinterpretations.
“Our clothes are developed and produced entirely in Los Angeles,” says Hurley. “We import fabric from around the world, mostly Japan, but to be able to produce in close proximity is extremely important to our brand.”
The brand aims to provide designs that embody comfort and style, while being constructed of the highest quality materials from around the world. Its strongest category, according to Hurley, is its bomber jackets. “Both of our bomber jacket styles that we offer are our top sellers by far,” he says. “People seem to really connect with the quality of the jacket. Our design approach is always very detail-oriented, but the outerwear receives extra attention.”
Prices for the collection sit in a better contemporary fashion range. Expect to find wovens that retail around $300, cashmere knits that hover around $700, and certain outerwear pieces that range between $2,000 and $3,000.
Look for Arcady at the Tents in Las Vegas.