The latest installment is centered around a pair of Chino Work Pants constructed of a stretch cotton twill and complete with a drawstring waistband. Allowing customers to play around with placement and color experimentation, the kit includes a screenprint with pre-designed graphics inspired by blacksmith and inventor of the first printing presses during the 1400 Renaissance era, Johannes Gutenberg. Aside from a pair of blank Chino Work Pants, the kit comes complete with primary color blue, black, yellow and red air dry inks, a cleaning kit, squeegee, gloves mixing sticks and instruction manual.
For those more comfortable with the traditional relationship between designer and consumer, INDVLST LAB also offers customers the chance to purchase the pants already designed with the screen kit. Additionally, the brand has crafted a Corduroy Jacket centered around patchworking detailing as the first item of a collection revolving around the screen print kits.
INDVLST LAB’s Volume 3 Chino Work Pant Screen Print Kit and Pre-Spring 2020 Corduroy Jacket is set to release January 17.
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