Elliott Evan Unravels a Limited Selvedge Denim Capsule

Titled “Alaska: Moments in Process.”

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Los Angeles menswear designer Elliott Evan has presented his latest collection for the Fall/Winter 2017 season. Titled “Alaska: Moments in Process,” the capsule is made up of Evan’s signature archetypal designs using selvedge denim. Key pieces include Kevlar rider’s jackets in tonal black, worn-out jeans, rugged boonie caps, goatskin gloves and color-blocked rucksacks. Not to mention, Evan collaborated with The Shoe Surgeon on a high-top shoe dressed in a sleek black and white colorway.

In regards to the textiles utilized in the collection, “Evan selected the materials to ensure the success of a journey he made from Los Angeles to Alaska on his motorcycle, alone, after losing his lover and partner.” Browse the photos above and hit up Elliott Evan’s website to learn more. Select pieces are available at a pop-up space in LA, find the address below.

Alaska: Moments in Process
5319 York Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90042

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