Since 2013, we've leveraged our world class design and manufacturing capabilities to become the outfitter of choice for some of the finest hospitality establishments in the country. We filmed this video at some our favorite partner spots - take a look, and give us a shout if you're looking to outfit your staff or team.
Heading into this spring, we wanted to take two of our most popular styles, the denim work shirt and the banded collar popover, and create a truly unique collection. Our very first choice was to partner with our friends Kiriko in Portland to help us find rare Japanese textiles to implement into our garments. Kiriko is a lifestlye brand that specializes in the sourcing and re-interpretation of rare and vintage Japanese fabrics.
This 90 second short commercial tells the story of our collaboration with Miller High Life, and gives you a look at what makes these two brands tick, as well as the different ads that inspired each garment. It's also just a really damn cool video. Beer and Clothing from Kevin Steen on Vimeo.
The American Road Trip is a timeless piece of Americana. It reminds us of a simpler time, and allows us a glimpse of just how vast and beautiful nation truly is. We teamed up with Boston's Ball & Buck and San Francisco's Taylor Stitch to condense this quintessential American experience into a collection.
Introducing the Superdanger collection - designed in collaboration with menswear aficionado Alex Maier, better known by his blogger pseudonym: Superdanger.The capsule collection consists of two separate looks designed to be near-mirror opposites. A modern play on the "casual suit" popularized by the gritty crime classics of the 70s, the offering features a matching pant and jacket combo contrasted with floral and denim popovers. Pair matching colors for a unified outfit, or swap one piece in for a contrasting yet cohesive look. ALEX ON THE POPOVERS : The indigo popover came out better than I ever expected. The fabric is very soft to the touch and super lightweight considering it is denim. I am excited to see what It will look...