Frame launches collection of archival styles
Frame is re-releasing its 11 best denim styles from its archives, all to be reworked in an innovative, rigid denim from the prestigious Cone mill in North Carolina.
The pieces are currently available via an exclusive deal with Net-a-Porter, as well as via Frame’s e-commerce website. The pieces will see international distribution for the Spring/Summer 2017 retail season.
Pieces in the re-release include several denim jackets (retailing for $375), a flare jean (retailing for $279), denim miniskirts and shorts (retailing for $225 and $215, respectively), several pairs of skinny jeans, and several straight-cut jeans. The fabric collaboration with Cone Mill created a stiff denim that lets the wearer break the jeans in for the perfect fit over time.
Frame denim was founded in 2003 out of Los Angeles by two Swedish designers, Erik Torstensosn and Jens Grede.
In April of this year, the brand opened its first stand-along brick-and-mortar in Melrose Place, California, following a big new launch of Frame’s e-commerce platform.
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