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B.D. BAGGIES S/S 10 Lookbook

January 10, 2010

Under the creative direction and design of David Mullen (founder of Save Khaki), classic American button-down shirt brand BD Baggies unveils a collection that has been completely modernized in terms of concept, style and product without leaving its heritage behind. The BD baggies project returns to the American origins of the brand for the upcoming spring season, and continues with its new project of “fine American basic”.

The collection is noteworthy for its ever-lighter weights, particularly in cotton, linen and poplin. The big novelty is in the large range of check designs that go from baby check to madras, linking it to the very soft garment-dyed line and to classic men’s-shirt designs. The new line of garment-dyed jersey and cotton-fleece in 16 different colours is an absolutely new departure. Costumes in nylon and oxford and scarves in piece-dyed jersey are just some of the really interesting accessories created with that special BD feel.

The BD collection is designed in the USA, and produced from 100% pre-laundered cloth which has a lived-in look and an unmistakable appeal. “A shirt wearable naturally as a tee”. After its initial success in Europe, S/S 10 will see its launch in the U.S.A. and Japan.

More images after the jump


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3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 11, 2010 7:30 am

    I LOVE THAT YOU PUT THIS LINE UP!

    Seriously love this line! I saw the line at PROJECT LAS VEGAS in September!
    Great line!

    Like

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