The start of Hexagon

The journey started in 1995, at our first Full Moon party in Thailand. Finding ourselves amazed by tribal prints, UV fractal clothing and smiling happy people all around.

The journey was not going to end there. We gave our heart to the rave community and we joined other travelers on their way around the world.

Trance was now a part of our everyday life, with a whole new look to fit. We’ve never felt that good wearing something: those clothes gave us freedom and a sense of belonging at the same time, giving us the keys to a whole new community of loving and unique people.

The next stop was Bali, where we met the owners of the first brands we brought back to Europe. Life-lasting friendships were born, and so was Hexagon.

We opened our first shop in the famous Camden market at the beginning of the new millennium and merged the new found independent brands of the traveller community with the oozing London underground energy.

The Hexagon clothing label came a few years later: a small scale production of quality clothes mixing the underground electronic culture with daily urban life in the city.



Hexagon today

Today, shape-shifting through the years but maintaining a strong connection to the source and the same love and passion we had when we started. Our focus has moved from Camden to online, still rocking it on the festivals across Europe and selected shops, reaching a much bigger audience than before. Bringing you the best independent brands from all over the world with a great and friendly online experience and a fair customer service. Other brands with the same ethics joined our vision of distributing unconventional clothing globally while keeping it human.

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For now, enjoy!
Hexagon shop


The first shop, Camden Town London 2000


Hexagon shop
The second shop we had was back in 2004


Festival Shop
One of many shops on the summer festival tour
Back in the day
Party all day, sleep all... oh hell! party all night too!