TCB Jeans Viktor’s Voice Logwood Brown Denim Blouse
Regular price3 699 kr2 589 krSale
Please note. Unfortunately we had these in the window which gave them a pale line across the chest. Hence the reduced price. If you want to see exactly what the jacket looks like before you order, email us and we can send you a picture.
TCB is a Japanese brand inspired by fits and materials from the past and they strive to reproduce those iconic garments as closely as possible.
This jacket is part of TCB's collaboration with Viktor Fredbäck! We are extra happy to be able to present these garments to you as Viktor is a dear friend to us here at Second Sunrise.
Viktor Fredbäck is a great collector of vintage denim and has over 400 pairs of jeans in his collection. Together with Second Sunrise store owner Douglas, Viktor has been in the old abandoned gold mines in the Nevada desert, digging for denim used by the miners. Can you believe that they found parts of jeans that's over 100 years old in there!
TCB Jeans Viktor’s Voice Logwood Brown Denim Blouse is inspired by denim jackets worn by workers at the beginning of the 19th century. Compared to a type one jacket, the pocket is placed a bit lower. The fabric is made of EMOT cotton, a blend of East Memphis, New Orleans, and Texas cotton. It is finished with pima cotton that gives the fabric a creamy brown tinge. The logwood dye technique is used to get the right color. Logwood is a tree native to the West Indies and South America.
The linen patch is made to replicate vintage garments. As you wear it it will probably wear of, just as it did back in the days.
Douglas is 180 cm tall with a weigh of 84 kilos and wears a size 40.
- TCB Jeans Viktor’s Voice Logwood Brown Denim Blouse - 100% cotton - Pre washed and wont shrink - One chest pocket - Buckle back - 10,7oz logwood brown denim - Made in Japan
All measurements are in centimeters and measured on a flat surface. Width is measured straight across the chest from armpit to armpit, length is measured at the back of the garment from the neck down and the sleeve length is measured on the underarm from the armpit to the end of the cuff.