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post #181 of 2458
I just got a pair of Left Field jeans from Blue Owl last week and am really impressed with them (the jeans and customer service) overall. The shipping was extra fast.

Will you guys be carrying Left Field sweatshirts/tees this fall as well?
post #182 of 2458
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Originally Posted by coolhwip View Post
I just got a pair of Left Field jeans from Blue Owl last week and am really impressed with them (the jeans and customer service) overall. The shipping was extra fast.

Will you guys be carrying Left Field sweatshirts/tees this fall as well?

We have a variety of button downs coming. Not sure about knits. I will have more details at the end of the month when they are about to ship, expected early September.
post #183 of 2458
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Originally Posted by Atsui View Post
New Blue Owl deadstock/sample thread was started in SW&D buy/sell. There will be more items added either today or later in the week. Check it out for a few nice deals on denims.

Here is a link which is also in my signature: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...92#post3502392.

Just added a few styles of raw denim from KMW and Triple Works. Check the thread above.
post #184 of 2458
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Originally Posted by Atsui View Post
New Blue Owl deadstock/sample thread was started in SW&D buy/sell. There will be more items added either today or later in the week. Check it out for a few nice deals on denims.

Here is a link which is also in my signature: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...92#post3502392.

KMW Rockers added to the discount thread, ton of sizes available....$150 shipped.
post #185 of 2458
SF exclusive designer sale this week. Starts today and ends Sunday August 29th at Midnight Seattle time.

A lot of new collections are starting to arrive and we want to make some room. Prices are not changed on our online, but here is the discounts off of current prices on our online store. Enjoy the sale!

40% OFF (current price) on following labels
- KMW
- Naked & Famous
- Hysteric Glamour
- Mr. Olive (does not include EOI accessories)
- Man of Moods
- Sunny Sports
- Sugar Cane
- Wolf vs Goat
- Triple Works

50% OFF (current price) on any outwear pieces from all designers

To get the discount, order online and hyphenate your last name with SF (example Joe Smith-SF), send me a pm if you want to use Paypal, or call 206-849-6500 to place a phone order. On ordering online, discount will not be shown but it will be discounted manually on our end.

Free shipping on all orders in US. International orders is free shipping if orders are over $200 after discounts applied, if below $200 add $20 for shipping. PM me with questions.
post #186 of 2458
There is a great arcticle posted about Left Field and designer Christian McCann on Commerce with a Conscience, an online magazine and blog featuring socially responsible products and written by Brad Bennett. Brad wrote a nice article telling a bit of history of Left Field and some of the struggles Christian has endured over the years. Below are comments and photos taken directly from the article.

Long before L.L.Bean went Signature, or Lands End went Canvas, or J.Crew went Red Wing, there was Left Field NYC. Founded by Christian McCann, the Brooklyn-based label has been churning out rugged, American-made goods since chambray was still putting the blue in blue collar. “We have been in business for over 10 years,” explains McCann, “and have always strived to make quality, made in America clothing at a fair price.” Unfortunately, being so ahead of the curve (just think about what you were wearing in the late ’90s), meant that the majority of people who initially took advantage of those fair prices lived elsewhere. “The Japanese have been great supporters of our brand,” notes McCann. “And, they’re a good litmus test for authenticity.” But, even without the domestic audience, McCann believed enough in what he was doing to keep his label going, never deviating from his original vision.



More information can be seen at http://www.commercewithaconscience.i...eft-field-nyc/ and in our latest blogpost at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...erce-with.html
post #187 of 2458
I'll be hitting up Seattle next week...is Blue Owl still just open for appointments or can I just stroll in?
post #188 of 2458
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I'll be hitting up Seattle next week...is Blue Owl still just open for appointments or can I just stroll in?

Our brick & mortar has been delayed, but you can hit up the showroom any time. Just give us a call at 206-849-6500. For most part, stroll on in.
post #189 of 2458

SPELLBOUND is a Japanese men's collection label by Domingo Ltd which Blue Owl is proud to introduce to North America beginning spring 2011. SPELLBOUND is influenced by details found in traditional work wear, military wear, and outdoor wear and reconstruct them into men's fashion with modern designs and clean silhouettes. 100% of the label is made and designed in Japan by Japanese artisans. The label was established in 1981 by Domingo Ltd which also makes other well know Japanese labels such as OMNIGOD and DMG which we hope to introduce in future seasons.

SPELLBOUND is a name in denim that a lot of people outside Japan aren't too familiar with. However, since 1981 they have been turning out cutting edge denim clothing within Japan and are now making a push to break into the international market. Held in high regard amongst denim connoisseurs, their jeans are best known among fans for authentic washes and high quality construction. SPELLBOUND's denim features natural indigo dyed 14oz special dark selvedge fabric woven by conventional shuttle looms in the Okayama prefecture city of Kojima, Japan. The denim's standard details include custom copper rivets, hidden back pocket rivets, doughnut buttons, leather patches, and chainstitched hems and available in raw and washed models in 4 different cuts.

SPELLBOUND's tops and outwear feature modern fits and authentic details such as triple needle stitching and selvedge accents.

Domingo Ltd has a long history of Japanese craftsmanship. It is a family owned business originally established in 1946 as a uniform manufacture and in 1970 turned their focus towards denim and casual wear for both men and women. Now Domingo's labels can be found in select shops, department stores, and their own flag stores throughout Japan as well as several locations internationally. Each of Domingo's labels share the concept of placing value on materials, sewing, processing, and the workmanship of generations of Japanese artisans. The aim is to add "present-innovation" in their creations. All Domingo products are made in Japan.

More details about SPELLBOUND and Domingo Ltd will be announced in the near future. Enjoy the rest of the photos of the SPELLBOUND Spring 2011 collection. Photos and details provided by the SPELLBOUND European sales agent Okiya.eu.









More information on our latest blogpost at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...ng-spring.html
post #190 of 2458
Finally, Spellbound/Domingo/etc in America. Their demin is up there with any of the top dogs. Their outerwear are amazing too. Wow, checking out the site; selling Denime, Momotaro, Corter's stuff, and a few other brands. You're really expanding. Good job!
post #191 of 2458
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Originally Posted by wahwho11 View Post
Finally, Spellbound/Domingo/etc in America. Their demin is up there with any of the top dogs. Their outerwear are amazing too.

Wow, checking out the site; selling Denime, Momotaro, Corter's stuff, and a few other brands. You're really expanding. Good job!

Thank you! We have been trying to expand a little at a time and we have a lot of new styles coming over the next several months.
post #192 of 2458
that raw/one wash denim looks great. Looking forward to it.
post #193 of 2458
Available for pre-order for December 2010 delivery, Mr. Olive x CA4LA collaboration marine casquette. This is a collaboration effort between Mr. Olive and the Japanese leading hat manufacture CA4LA - pronounced "Ka-shi-la" (means head or top in traditional Japanese). CA4LA has 18 flagshops in Japan and one in London.

Mr. Olive x CA4LA Marine Casquette - $145
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999700
- Made in Japan
- 100% cotton
- "Peach" processing for a soft and smooth surface (like that of a peach)
- 100% organic cotton
- Weight appropriate for year round wear
- Black with black accents, brown with brown accents (photographed), or khaki with black accents
- Pre-order now for delivery in late December 2010


More information can be seen in the above links or our latest blogpost at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...on-marine.html
post #194 of 2458

Blue Owl is proud to introduce our first collaborative project with Japanese denim company Triple Works - - "Sulfur Dyed" Black Raw Selvedge Tapered Denim. This limited edition run is Triple Works' first black denim and is featured in our stores most popular cut, the men's tapered leg. The fabric is woven on vintage shuttle looms with a blend of Pima cotton and sulpher dyed weft. The fabric will fade similar to indigo denim, though not as fast.


Triple Works x Blue Owl Workshop "Sulpher Dyed" Black Raw Selvedge Denim Tapered - $295
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7999701
- Made in Japan
- 100% cotton (blend of Pima cotton which will soften with wear)
- Woven on vintage shuttle looms
- Warp sulpher dyed
- Red & white selvedge
- Deer skin patch
- Doughnut button fly with bronze anodized hardware
- Back pocket hidden rivets
- Pima lined back pockets
- Triple Works signature back pocket sitching which is hidden until after significant wear



More information can be seen in our latest blogpost at http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...-workshop.html
post #195 of 2458
Our first shipment from Denime just shipped from Japan. Looking forward to having it next week. Information about the label coming soon.
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