December 12, 2017 - fall Denim
Re/Done founders Sean Barron and Jamie Mazur have pronounced their lady gets dressed “from a jeans up.” That’s positively still a case. What started out as a cultish code of curve-hugging, reworked selected jeans now includes a tack pieces to wear with them, like T-shirts, upcycled leather jackets, and bodysuits—nothing too smart or overwrought. Starting with Pre-Fall 2018, Barron and Mazur are removing into a “redone” thing even more. “We wish to be a management on redoing things,” Barron said. For starters, they’re doubling down on their upcycled denim processes, that have turn some-more polished and inventive. Instead of only refinishing a selected jacket, for instance, they combined one from blemish regulating dual pairs of men’s jeans. Other jackets were spliced with ’40s “sweetheart pillows,” that World War II soldiers sent their girlfriends behind home. The coupler photographed here even had a pillow’s border intact, and a whole thing was overdyed in organic pink.
A few looks were also styled with boots from Re/Done’s new partnership with Bass. This isn’t a initial time a tag has redone a birthright product—it has teamed adult with Hanes for T-shirts and Champion for sweats—but it is a initial incursion into accessories. The plug launches in May and includes tweaked versions of a classical penny and stacked-heel loafers, both of that come in calf hair, studded leather, croc-embossed patent, or selected tapestry fabric. And while Re/Done substantially has a star energy to partner with a operation of “trendy” shoe brands, a Bass story irritated a designers’ interest. The men’s penny amateur was introduced in 1936, and when a women’s chronicle followed a year later, it became an present classical and was after ragged by Audrey Hepburn and Michael Jackson. The story mirrors Re/Done’s in that Bass took a men’s product and done it demeanour only as good—if not better—for women.