Pherrow’s is a brand we’ve been seeing more of lately on Heddels, and we’re definitely not complaining.
This exacting Japanese brand does amazing work and their new “Frontier Series” is no exception. These two original pieces are a part of their SS19 collection and feature tons of eye-catching late-19th-century details. The 19S-100WB Denim Jacket closely resembles the famous triple-pleat Levi’s jackets of the gold rush era. The rinsed 13.5oz. selvedge denim is cut into a jacket slightly slimmer and longer than its inspiration and features tonal buffalo horn stitching on the pockets that will reveal itself as the denim fades with wear.
The jeans, the 19S-100WO, is also based on designs from the late 1800s, that crucial time period where the de facto working man’s fabric changed from heavy duck canvas to indigo-dyed denim. The unique Aya denim used in both pieces is indicative of that changing sensibility with a unique fabric in which the warp threads cross over and under the weft threads. A back cinch, exposed rivets, high waist, and straight fit make this a close-to-perfect reproduction with just enough modern styling to keep things exciting.
Available from £249 (~$330USD) at Clutch Cafe.