In the words of fashion great Yves Saint Laurent, “fashion fades, style is eternal.” Iconic American denim maker Levi’s are offering up a dose of their eternally utilitarian leanings with a retro editorial inspired by Levi’s Vintage Clothing.
Parabellum has a strong heritage angle that is working. Their ability to tap into the legacy of the American prairie has landed them in retailers like Colette and Bergdorf Goodman. More recently, it also earned them a visit from photographer, author and illustrator Todd Selby of The Selby.
Tobacco Motorwear produces great looking apparel for motorcyclists, doesn’t look like “motorcycle apparel”. It’s made by riders for riders. Tobacco jeans are made from Cone Mills-White Oak Selvedge Denim. Cone Mills has been a leading supplier of fabrics to top denim apparel brands since 1891.
Woolrich has teamed up with West America to create a limited edition capsule collection inspired by a motorcycle trip from Whistler to Patagonia. These garments are the direct result of a shared mission to create American made, fully functional, superior quality, timeless goods. Manufactured to get dirty, withstand campfire smoke, ride motorcycles and stand the test of time.
Wisdom and timeless style generally evolve after decades of mistakes and missteps. The brothers Hindes of the Prism Motorcycle Company in North Carolina are overachievers in every sense of the word, and the depth of their work belies their age. In their mid-twenties, the duo have officially been in business for only two years, having already completed an impressive number of custom motorcycles and handmade parts.