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Mister Freedom x Sugar Cane Fall 2010



—01. MF "CALIFORNIAN" Lot 54 Patches
—02. Mariniere Jersey layered with CPO shirts
—03. MFSC Fall '10


Mister Freedom's upcoming collection with Tokyo's Sugar Cane sees the merger of the two concepts of the past. MFSC Fall '10 is a mix of the “Naval Clothing Tailor” and “Speed Safe Clothing” collections. With a few returning classics like the N1-H Deck jacket and Rider's Dungarees, the range also adds a few new styles. As usual, the most impressive aspect of the garments is the materials. Beautiful 10oz midnight indigo twill on the CPO, nice french terry henleys and 12oz deadstock selvedge denim on 5-pocket jeans. The collection might seem quite diverse stylistically but each individual piece is loaded with great detail and can be worn with any other for any number of great looks. Look for deliveries come September.

&mdashMister Freedom

Reader Comments (6)

Beautiful. I love the way the look hangs together in photo 03.
July 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMel
Is Mister Freedom an American or Japanese brand?
July 17, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterab
Single stitch "Mcuates" with repro Wrangler tag is a splendid combination that will only get more interesting over time.

I didn't notice that detail before. Thanks for sharing some more pics Ry.
July 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMOA
my bad Owen.
July 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMOA
ab - Mister Freedom is an American brand. The MFSC collection is produced by Sugar Cane in Japan though.

The Californian Jeans however are Made in the USA...
July 18, 2010 | Unregistered Commentero.p.
Mr. Freedom is a treasure. The stuff really is top notch. Out of the repro-vintage brands out there I think they do it best. It's great to see the brand evolve into full looks.
July 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDamien

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