FDMTL Joins Dickies for Bespoke Patchwork Goods

Matching coveralls and work pants.

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Japanese boro imprint FDMTL blends repaired workwear and contemporary skatewear in its seasonal collections, with intricate detailing offset by relaxed cuts. Toning down the complexity of its creations, the label joins Dickies for a brief workwear capsule.

Encompassing a trio of coverall jackets and matching pants, the collection sees classic Dickies workwear items reimagined with FDMTL’s signature patchwork style. Navy, khaki and beige jackets feature contrasting patches of fabric incorporated into the body, with pockets swapped around and even some subtle patterns. The matching pants offer much more understated detailing, with only two large patches located on the lower leg while the cut has been revised as well, executed in a carrot cut more in line with the brand’s casual leanings.

Look for the collaboration to hit stockists like ZOZOTOWN’s web store in April. For more indigo-dyed patchwork goodness, check out FDMTL Spring/Summer 2018.

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