Frame has released a new limited-edition style called Le Mix, which was made from reworked Frame jeans.
The Los Angeles and London–based denim lifestyle brand pulled unworn pieces from its own three-year archive of denim jeans, which were disassembled and restitched into Le Mix.
The 100 percent cotton, no-stretch jean features a slouchy boyfriend fit, cutout hem and a well-worn patina in gradated shades of indigo blue.
Frame founders Jens Grede and Erik Torstensson described making Le Mix as “a sartorial puzzle.”
The jean, which retails for $449, will be available starting May 17 at Frame’s online store (Frame-Store.com) and at its brick-and-mortar location on Melrose Place in Los Angeles.
Originally published May 13, 2016 at ApparelNews.net