Swedish workwear company Dunderdon recently worked with Timberland Boot Company for a Fall 2011
Born in the Swedish port town of Gothenburg in 1997, Dunderdon is Sweden’s most innovative
With the rise in workwear inspired brands, Dunderdon are among the brands to take an active
Dunderdon’s uncompromising philosophy has allowed them to slowly creep up as not only a workwear brand but a solid fashion label. With the vision of Dunderdon creator Per-Ivan, the brand sets out to ensure every piece features prominently in each collection, and does so seamlessly without the notion of being created as a filler. Their 2008 spring/summer collection is currently available in stores and provides a solid array of jackets, shirts and knits. Available now in select retailers and online at dunderdon.com.
Dunderdon NYC Workshop
25 Howard St
New York, USA
For over 10 years, Swedish work wear label Dunderdon has established itself as one of the most innovative brands in its field. Created under the influence of carpenter Per-Ivan Hagberg, Dunderon was created on a whim to fill a void in the pants market. His design goal was simple in the sense that he wanted to create apparel that maintained a uniform fit but also featured different highlighting characteristics.
As the brand grew, Per-Ivan ensured that all pieces within the Dunderdon line would be created solely out of necessity and would fulfill a certain requirement. Here is a look at their latest 2007 Fall Collection which includes the J13 Dull Nylon, J17 Function Nylon jacket, J25 Coated Canvas jacket, J30 Nylon jacket, SH15 Flannel, KN 11 Lamb wool Sweater and KN15 Lamb wool Vest. Available now at various Dunderdon dealers worldwide.