The boundaries between knitwear and performance wear have broken.
Canadian label Twenty Montreal has unveiled a first-of-its-kind
fabrication to bring an element of performance to its luxury
Twenty Montreal has unveiled Hyper Reality Knit, a 3-dimensional
fabrication that uses a unique raised knitting technique, for a new
collection of performance wear. The new fabrication allows the brand
to recreate patterns with pinpoint precision, according to a company
Since its founding in 2012 by David Helwani, Twenty Montreal has
worked to redefine the capabilities of knitwear, transforming the
category from high-end basics to sophisticated sportswear. The Hyper
Reality Knit fabrication allows apparel items to offer ultra recover,
anti-microbial, wicking and four-way stretch abilities.
The first collection of Hyper Reality Knit includes leggings, a
track short, bike shorts, T-shirts, a pullover sweatshirt, hoodie and
racerback bras, all ranging in price from 75 to 195 dollars. As far as
design, the collection features animal prints inspired by giraffes,
zebras and cobras.
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The collection will retail through Bandier, Carbon38, Equinox and
Net-A-Porter, as well as Twenty Montreal’s e-commerce channel.