Montreal-based label JJJJound and Parisian vintage archive BRUT have linked up for a unique workwear collection made using 1950s reclaimed Swiss denim.
Based out of the French capital, BRUT’s emphasis on historical research and the evolution of garments has seen it become invaluable in the world of fashion, often acting as a resource for collectors, designers and even directors.
Now, alongside the Justin Saunders-founded brand, the pair rework a selection of Swiss 1950s workwear denim to create a unique collection of jackets and bucket hats. More specifically, the capsule comprises 55 one-of-a-kind jackets (each made using three pairs of pants) which resembles JJJJound’s Utility Jacket pattern, as well as a selection of hand-made bucket-style hats crafted in the BRUT Studio Atelier.
A collectable pin featuring an elephant wearing the jacket accompanies the release, all of which is set to drop on November 5, 6am EST, via the JJJJound webstore.
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