Canadian design studio Vitaly proudly unveils its new visual identity, featuring a contemporary wordmark and accompanying logo, the Glyph for its latest Spring 2022 collection. Glyph, a term used to describe both ancient pictographs and modern computer characters, perfectly embodies the brand’s push for inclusivity and genderless pieces.
Standout pieces include the Integer Bracelet, which is composed of a substantial 1-inch link and clamps shut using the label’s signature buckle clasp. The Riot Choker Chain, similarly, boasts a double-sided clasp that features a laser-etched logo on the reverse side and can be worn forwards, asymmetrically, or at the back of the neck. Elsewhere, iridescent pearls join stainless steel on the Akoya Chain, finished with a carabiner clasp.
Other stainless steel offerings from Vitaly include the Frenzy Choker, Kabel Chain, and Keshi Bracelet to name a few. Meanwhile, a short-sleeve tee and hoodie in black accompany the collection. Both feature the Glyph design printed over fleeced organic cotton with a front pocket and no drawstrings.
Priced between $45 and $140 USD, the “Glyph” collection is now available via the brand’s website for purchase.
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