Frame’s ‘Sartorial Puzzle’

Frame's new Le Mix denim

Frame’s new Le Mix denim

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.

Frame's Le Mix denim is made from unworn archive pieces that have been reworked into the new style.

Frame’s Le Mix denim is made from unworn archive pieces that have been reworked into the new style.

Originally published May 13, 2016 at ApparelNews.net