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My Story

In 2019, I set out on a mission, to discover and progress stories of age old textiles passed down through families and cultures from across the world.


Since day one, I have been committed to sustainability through recycling textiles, and acting as the conduit of histories and narratives passed through me.


Fashion is often used to express and uplift personal identity. Like a coat of armor that makes you feel invincible. Dislike clothes valued for solely aesthetic character, Stan's armor substantiates meaning beneath the surface of material.


Each lost, dusty, aged textile that I excavate embodies a unique history; one that someone, long ago, was very proud of. A hand-made quilt made by great-grandmother for her great-granddaughters' wedding. A Japanese peasant farm worker that mended his harvest sacks for decades because he valued utility over loss.


I’ve stayed true to my beliefs to never compromise on the pillars I set forth, being patient when presented with opportunities of manufacturing and scaling, to never chase profits. Rather, to plant the roots of continuing on stories through fashion, with integrity. To translate something forgotten into a new form that can be appreciated today.


It feels great to be proud of what you wear. It feels even better to be a part of sharing beautiful stories of the past. That is my goal, and I hope you join me on this journey.


STAN in the MET

The Costume Institute’s In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, launches a two-part exploration of fashion in the United States in the Anna Wintour Costume Center. It establishes a modern vocabulary of American fashion based on its expressive qualities.

See STAN At The MET - NYC Fifth Avenue

9/18, 2021 – 9/5, 2022


New York Times

The Stan Surf Couturier opens at Platform in Culver City, Los Angeles

New York Times

Detwiler has expanded his explorations of vintage textiles beyond heirloom quilts

New York Times

Men’s Wear on a Quilt Trip

New York Times

Fashion week debut with a polished collection of outerwear themed around patchwork quilting

New York Times

Want to Be the Next Big Thing in Fashion? Nah. Newcomers like 23-year-old Mr. Detwiler appeared as if out of nowhere. His first-ever Stan collection looked as polished as the work of more seasoned designers.


Hugh Jackman in Stan FW21


Stan is a West Coast label that tells stories through found antique textiles


Embracing patchwork and applying "maximalist" principles of quilting to jackets

Vogue Runway


The MET Costume Institute’s New Exhibition Understands the Emotional Power of American Fashion

San Diego Times

San Diego Native Tristan Detwiler Garners Praise in NY Fashion Week Showcase



Stan Designer Opens First Retail Space in L.A.


Seven Emerging Men’s Brands Make Their Mark on American Collections


Among the shows that attracted the most attention were... STAN


Stan is one of 10 emerging designers showing at 2020 NYMD in a NYFW digital event


For his first presentation, Tristan Detwiler propels his take on a new view of surfwear


Detwiler cited the sand and beaches of his San Diego hometown as inspiration for STAN

Daily Beast

NYMD highlights the future of menswear. Several designers stood out in particular, namely, STAN

The Tidalist

Haute Upcycling and California Cool: STAN Is Everything To Love About Luxe Surf Style

Robb Report

Meet the Young LA Brand That Turns Vintage Fabric Into Sustainable Jackets

Man Repeller

Stan Displays What Your Sleep Pose Says About You

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