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Sunday
Mar302014

Mister Freedom Blank T-Shirt

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—01. Made in USA.

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This plain T-shirt, inspired by 1940s-50s styles, features a tubular body and is made to the high standards Mister Freedom has been setting for years. Also available in navy and white, this sage green option offers a great alternative that feels just right for spring. 

Available at Self Edge

Wednesday
Jun082011

Mister Freedom Veste Ouvrier Indigo

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—01. 9.7oz Indigo Metisse.

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This spring Mister Freedom drew inspiration from "Les Apaches", for his collection based on the French street bandits of the early 19th Century. The 9.7oz Indigo Metisse fabric, a mixture of both cotton and unsanforised linen, give this coat a strong referenced look to the original design ideas of MFSC.

—Available at Superdenim

Friday
Jul162010

Mister Freedom x Sugar Cane Fall 2010

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

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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.

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Wednesday
Jun162010

Mister Freedom Tripper Tote

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—01. An MF original pattern
—02. Each bag is lined with a different deadstock vintage fabric
—03. American 13.5oz selvedge denim

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I had my first trip to the beach this past weekend and suffice to say this Tripper tote from Mister Freedom would have been a much needed improvement over the recyclable Safeway shopping bag I ended up using. Made from deadstock, vintage American denim the bag has the perfect combination of characteristics in being nice and light yet sturdy and flexible. The great pocket configuration (one inner big enough to fit a macbook) means it's just as suitable for the sand as it is the classroom or cubicle too.

Available from Mister Freedom