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Easing into Autumn with Exclusives

De Bonne Facture x DR, Dehen 1920 x DR


Collaborations and Releases with De Bonne Facture and Dehen 1920

Fall is not far off and we’re back to our regular release schedule with a preview of extra-special seasonal preparations in waxed canvas and twills that offer weather protection and patina potential. This curation of collabs and collection favorites from Dehen 1920 and De Bonne Facture transports us to that favored season for which we collectively count down the days. Each piece is a future wardrobe staple with inspirations ranging from workwear to military to countryside classics, all enhanced by nature-inspired neutral tones and specially sourced materials, crafted with pride and passion from Oregon to France.

Dehen 1920 x Division Road 

From Dehen 1920 we have a trio of trusty threads to carry you from summer storms right into fall with a bit of grace and grit. A new Carrier Jacket collaboration and our corps’ beloved craft classic Crissman come in Martexin Original Waxed cloths sourced in weights and weaves appropriate for full utility, finished with full body and sleeve linings to offer a sense of luxury oft-forgotten with these types of outdoor-focused garments. The freshly launched and already adored Drover Shirt resurfaces in a military inspired Sateen canvas cloth milled in Japan and left in its unwashed state to patina and reveal a worn character with dutiful use.

De Bonne Facture x Division Road

We have a duo of dopeness from De Bonne Facture and DR that whispers quiet luxury, authentic quality, and stealthy style to convey true sophistication. After some design consideration, we debut our Patchwork Cotton Twill Maquignon Jacket that uses alternating paneling in Olive and Khaki to create a subtle tonal color blocking for a fashionable take on craft-focused wares. Back in full stock glory is the signature Undyed Boucle Taupe Crewneck to reinforce DBF’s undyed and mulesing-free sustainability agenda — leveraging specific New Zealand Merino “Black Sheep” which are protected from common breeding practices — to yield a soft, insulating, cozy, and durable fiber that’s wholly unsurpassed.