Mister Freedom at Superdenim

May 27, 2010 |

Here's a great supplier of pure vintage offerings that will undeniably fascinate diggers of oldies-but-goodies stuff.

Mister Freedom is the brain child of Christophe Loiron, owner of the 3200sq ft Hollywood based retail space of vintage clothing, footwear and accessories from the 1850's to the present. Filled with everything from depression era workwear and Madras haberdashery to Tropical colonial garb and Naval and Military uniforms, the Mister Freedom full line of clothing is a collaboration between this massive inventory of product from throughout the lexicons of clothing history and Japanese manufacturing experts Sugar Cane Co. made in both Japan and the USA.

'Workwear' and revivalist 'heritage' inspired products are understandably associated with quality, durability and unparalleled construction, and these elements are produced in no uncertain terms throughout the Mister Freedom collection. For those lazy summer days there's no reason to dispel such components from your style equation, epitomized no less by the SC Union Tee. Made from 100% Cotton, this mid-weight tubular jersey, with natural cotton front placket, is based upon a 1930's style European Undershirt Henley and features fabric covered buttons underarm gusset.

These original Mister Freedom Sugar Cane Co. pattern chinos made with United States Air Force spec fabric come in a sand colour and are based on the 1930's mid-rise style slacks made popular during the American gold rush era and beyond. The pocket bags are lined with cotton ticking fabric and two slash pockets adorn the front and back of the garment. Ankle pockets are a key Mister Freedom Sugar Cane Co. feature and can easily be worn turned up. The waist is lined with metal suspender buttons and side cinch straps. These are made with raw cotton chino and look amazing after a wash and dry in the hot midday sun.

Available at Superdenim.

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