Celebrating 50 years with no end in sight, CORDURA® continues to extend the lifespan of our garments. With help from Monsier-T., a denim-centric international design studio, they’re flaunting CORDURA’s features in what they’re calling the Re/Mastered Collection. The collection reaches back the years for workwear and military influences, bringing them to the forefront and remastering them for today’s market. To produce the capsule collection, they’ve gone through four mills including Arvind, Artistic Milliners, Kipas, and Cone Denim.
With Arvind Mills they’ve created a 40s-style Belgian coverall jacket with details borrowed from the uniforms of army mechanics wrought in CORDURA® Denim. Artistic Milliners shows off their production process with a 15oz. CORDURA® Denim outfit that includes 60s-style Swiss fireman’s jacket, a classic pair of pants, and a German-inspired work apron. Kipas chose the way of CORDURA® Canvas, producing a khaki outfit with a French workwear pant, Fireman’s jacket, and a German brewery apron. And, by way of Cone Mills, a 60s Dutch utiliarian field jacket and a pair of French-style motorcycle pants are made using CORDURA® selvedge denim.
All of the pieces are finished through The Denim Authority in Tunisia to give each garment a vintage look and feel. If you missed out on this year’s Amsterdam Denim Days, don’t worry. The collection will be showcased at other denim exhibitions around the world.
For a little taste of the collection in the meantime, you can watch this video.