Do You Watch Movies?

Do You Watch Movies? If so, you’re likely to have seen our clothing! We’ve contributed to countless projects from film to theater, commercials, editorials and print work. Some of our most recent wardrobing has included: Stranger Things A Walk To Remember Selma Anchorman Anchorman 2 The Walking Dead The Hunger Games Remember the Titans Ride […]

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The Vintage Proposition.

The Vintage Proposition.  (Or the modern concept value proposition) Vintage gear is getting expensive!  Come on!  I guess vintage threads have always been sorta expensive if you’re getting down with serious pieces.  Rock tees, leather jackets, a great pair of boots – they’ll all set you back.  Which is where this weeks value idea comes […]

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Vintage Blues.

Vintage ennui, anybody?  Ever have the ‘vintage talk’ with somebody?  You know, the smirked inquisition – ‘Whats up with that shirt?’ or ‘You really wear old clothes?”  (Answer – this shirt is awesome.  And yes, we wear old clothes) We can get a bit defensive, can’t we?  I mean we’re all guilty of this.  Especially […]

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The Paisley Bandana.

A Brief History of The Bandana.  The Bandana is probably the most universal textile the world.  The notion of a printed kerchief has been traced back as far as Roman times.  The oldest documented Persian rugs look pretty darn close to what we know as Paisley today.  This has been analyzed via Kashmiri Buta (or […]

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Fabric Consideration.

Quality (Old) Fabrics Vs New Fabrics Last week, a customer commented that older fabrics have a different feel than what most folks are used to feeling when shopping for contemporary clothing.  Sounds like a simple observation, but oh no, there’s more to that thought than you think.  The ‘hand’ of any fabric – the way […]

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Super WORN Vintage?

  There’s talk that pieces like you see above are a slap to the common consumer.  Where those with means will pay more for something that’s been used, heavily.  Interestingly, there’s something there that money can, sort-of, buy (maybe).  For example, a worn old tee shirt probably has a story to tell, likely many stories […]

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