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Maiden Noir Spring/Summer 2016 “Longing for Darkness”

Maiden Noir is pleased to present the Spring 11 collection titled “Longing for Darkness.”
This collection is the follow-up to the autumn 2016 collection “Wasted Youth.” A young war photographer comes home to search for solitude from the years he spent documenting the war.
The cut and sew pieces in the collection pay tribute to a heritage of vintage silhouettes though leaning toward a more refined and clean classic look. Fabrics used are a mix of heavy cotton twill, ripstop cotton, 60/40 cotton/nylon, and woodland camo.
The focus is on the detailing, tailoring and materials. All of the pieces are made from Japanese fabrics and the selvage denim is tailored in Japan.
Featured items with the new collection include the 60/40 Field jacket with a removable hood, the Officer Club Coat and chinos, Ripstop Deck jacket, Mini Check dress shirts, bright oxfords, and Ripstop Field cargo pants.
For this season we’ve worked with Porter to create a helmet bag and wallet with our 60/40 fabric and woodland camo.
See the collection.
Photos & text Copyright Maiden Noir.

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