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Stussy x Dickies 2010 Spring/Summer Collection Worker Short

Stussy and Dickies team-up once again this season to create a collection of shorts. The Worker Short model comes in two different forms based on either a solid-colored khaki or plaid materials. Among the details are a small embroidery on the fron...

Dickies 1922 Collection

Dickies, the definitive American work wear brand will introduce Dickies 1922, a capsule collection of authentic replica products manufactured exactly the same as they were when first introduced almost a century ago. Crafted and executed with the...

MASTERPIECE x UNDFTD x Dickies Workpant

The American flagship stores for UNDFTD will release another collaboration this Saturday, January 16th. Coming on the heels of their other MASTERPIECE x UNDFTD 60/40 Mountain Parka, this other release features Dickies on a signature Workpant. Neo...

Stussy x Dickies Supreme Cord Pant

A long-time purveyor of durable workwear, Dickies and Stussy team-up to release the Supreme Cord Pant. The Stussy designed joint comes in four colors with subtle highlights coming courtesy of an SS link embroidery below the left front pocket and...

ALIFE Workwear by Dickies Collection

Taking on a traditional workwear aesthetic, ALIFE team up with Dickies to produce a capsule collection, featuring the use of classic American work wear pieces. The lineup, entitled ALIFE Workwear by Dickies, boasts both pants and shorts accompani...

Dickies x Ricky Powell x NYC Graffiti Pioneers

Dickies is at the center of this three way collaboration which includes the likes of some New York living legends in the street scene. Photographer Ricky Powell, a man that needs absolutely no introductions and who has documented numerous importa...

Bedwin x Dickes Glain Plaid-Tripster Pants

Bedwin and Dickies team-up in this recent release which has seen Japanese brand Bedwin align itself with some solid brands with good traditions. With past projects including Clarks, this particular Dickies collaboration is based on a pair of crop...

Cheez x Dickies Work Pants & Shorts

Originally launched last year, Cheez has made a splash amongst Japanese streetwear brands with their vibrant trademark style incorporating elements of biking and skateboarding with an old school vibe. The brainchild of designers Deka-Jun and Naok...

Beauty & Youth x Dickies Shorts

Japanese retailer Beauty & Youth drop their latest collaboration with Dickes on a series of shorts. Sourcing the iconic quality and rep of Dickies, the shorts feature that quality expected from Dickies as well as some subtle details includin...

Stussy x Dickies Work Pant

Coming on the heels of the recently seen SOPH. x Dickies colalbo comes another team-up in a short period of time as Stussy gets in on the act. Looking to the well-known work-wear label, Stussy makes a few changes including different materials and...

SOPH. x Dickies 10th Anniversary 874 Pants

SOPH. celebrate their 10th anniversary with a set of pants alongside legendary workwear connoisseurs Dickies. Coming in two colorways, the 874 model combines the use of Cottton Twill and Polyester. Along with custom detailing throughout, the pant...

eYe Junya Watanabe COMME des GARCONS x Dickies

Fans of the eYe Junya Watanabe COMME des Garcons collection have been taken on a roller coaster ride of collaborations this season as the once under-study to CdG founder Rei Kawakubo has featured a number of high profile projects. While previous...

Dickies 2008 Summer Collection

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With a strong credible foundation as America’s provider of workwear apparel, the European facet of Dickies has sought to cast the fabled brand in a new light. Embodying the same qualities which has made Dickies such a respected and cherishe...

Beams x Dickies 874 SP

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Dickies is often seen on your local blue collar worker and everybody’s favorite pop rocker Avril Lavigne. They have recently teamed up with Japanese retailer/brand Beams creating a pair of houndstooth patterned pants. Ironically the people...