One of our favorite museums in Stockholm is the museum of far eastern antiquities and this spring we were invited there to choose an item from their archives to look closer at!
Thanks to all who came to celebrate with us last Thursday! We sure had a good time with the release of the English indigo book, some BBQ and indigo...
As you can see in the pictures the label is woven and reads "Bay Meadows, California Styled By Levi Strauss Co." The logo features three horses racing on the oval racing track.
Blue Highway Clothing was founded in 2007 by me, Douglas, and my brother Hampus along with our friend Patrik Andersson. All three of us grew up in ...
This weeks vintage item is one of the three parts in a "Canadian Tuxedo". A western style denim shirt is just like a pair of blue jeans, garments that has proven to deserve there spot among the classics when it comes to clothing.
One of the best things with our work with Second Sunrise is all the people we get to meet and all the stories they tell us. Karl-Gunnar is one of...
We were told by the seller that these Wranglers had been worn by her grand father, "A true North Dakota Cowboy" Living in Amidon, North Dakota.
This jacket was made by Levi's back in the mid 1950s and it's part of the so-called "Denim family" collection. As mentioned earlier in our blog posts regarding a pair of Lady Levi's 701 Women's jeans from the 50's, this jacket tells the story of the American society after the second world war.
Copper King by Can't Bust 'Em was first made by the Neustadter Brothers during the great depression and it later become the brand they used for making jeans and jackets in the five pocket jeans style that became popular after WWll.
This model is named m/1913 for the year it was brought into service. I suspect that the jackets were used by the Swedish ground forces and intended for winter warfare!