The Austin-based luxury menswear apparel brand is expanding its collections and footprint for global design, sourcing, and manufacturing.
AUSTIN, TEXAS USA, 1 September 2021 – Acclaimed global fashion designer Angelo Van Mol has joined the boutique fashion brand League of Rebels as Creative Director.
Angelo Van Mol, based in London, previously worked as Creative Director of Band of Outsiders where he developed boundary-breaking unisex collections for the brand. Additionally, the visionary designer has lent his bold and thoughtful aesthetic to numerous other brand collections over the past decade including n.d.c. made by hand, Ozwald Boateng on Saville Row, Maison Kitsuné, Advani London, Cafe Costume, Cabbeen Fashion Limited, and R.M. Williams. Previous to this, he studied at the Royal Academy of Antwerp, and has since been recognized with numerous awards including the Motivation Award and Menswear Designer of the Year of 2010.
As the first formal Creative Director for League of Rebels, Angelo Van Mol will lead the next phase of the brand’s global development and collection design. Working together with product, marketing, and global sourcing and manufacturing teams, Van Mol will be at the forefront of invigorating the brand with new and refined purpose-driven, sustainable collections and accessories for the luxury menswear market. The new collections will likely be available in the Spring of 2022 in the flagship store in Austin, Texas and online at leagueofrebels.com.
About League of Rebels
League of Rebels, a global luxury clothing retailer headquartered in Austin, Texas, provides customers with a one-of-a-kind shopping experience for the high-end market. League of Rebels represents the refined taste of global cultures so that its customers can honor and define their own standards of luxury, sustainable menswear fashion.
League of Rebels is actively expanding its staff, partnerships, and facilities for design, r&d, tailoring, sourcing, and manufacturing across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East.