BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS x Dickies’ 1950s-inspired workwear imagines blue-collar minimalism in structured lines, featuring blouse jackets, work pants, shirts and oversize overalls in black, brown, and burgundy colorways.
Dickies continues its longstanding collaboration with the Japanese streetwear label BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS, introducing ‘40s and ‘50s-inspired blue-collar silhouettes for off-duty wear. Dickies silhouettes remain work-focused and tailored with minimalist zipper, pocket, and branded cloth patch accents throughout. The two brands collaborated in 2011, launching an industrial-inspired work pant in a fitted-slim straight leg. 2022’s BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS x Dickies returns with vintage-inspired work garments for the millennial closet.
Dickies signature blouse jacket, coined “BOYEGA,” is clad in black with contrasting silver zipper and slider accents and an oversize patch pocket at the front. The “KLINGHOFFER” overalls arrive in a relaxed, oversize fit and are styled partially off-shoulder for a rugged drape. 2011’s “Benedict” pants are reimagined with pressed pleats and hidden pockets at the front and back panels. Paired with the open collar “Aaron” shirt, the ensemble cheekily transitions from auto mechanic-ready to dive bar-ready. Dickies captures the collection waterside in a moody, desaturated light, framing the silhouettes as fashionably hardwearing.
The four-piece capsule ranges from $163 to $270 USD. Check out the lookbook above and shop the collection online at BEDWIN’s home website, starting February 26.
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