We were just drooling over the wonderful vintage images from the latest collaboration between Mister Freedom x Sugar Cane. This inspired collection takes its roots from men of the frontier period, which include Hopi, Apache and miners, dressed in all their ruggedness. The MFSC Spring 2012 Collection of blouses, britches, vests, shirts and pantaloons (in indigo and sand colored selvedge denim twill) are not replicas but “a combination of imported European fabric styles and detailing, adapted patterns and silhouettes from the late 1800’s up to the 1930’s.” If you want to purchase pieces from this collaboration, you’ll have to call. Their online shop is still in the works; which to us, only makes us covet the denim even more. Check out the gallery for the curated images.
For more information, go to Mister Freedom online. To order, call John or Jordan at (323) 653-2014 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to get yours while they last. Internationally shipping available.
—Kathy Ng Hassan
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The past always provides inspiration for something new, and the archives of the original Levi’s brand is no exception. Thus the birth of Levi’s Made & Crafted. They launched their Spring 2011 women’s wear at the Levi’s Vintage Clothing store in London and at select locations across the world. Levi’s Made and Crafted reflects intense attention to detail, resulting in intricate construction and high-quality fabrics with today’s fits and technological innovation. Selvedge denim, chinos and shirting for men and women are given up-to-date twists with hidden design details and tactile fabrics. We are first in line—Ready, set, Made!
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