A short introductin and some inspiration.
Fredrik went down to Calafell in Spain last week to do the first soak of his Edwin Unionville pants.
We feel honoured to be the first stores ever to be allowed to do a collaboration based on the fit of the Edwin Nashville pant. Which through the years has became a classic with its slightly high rise and traditional fit made out of a 14oz Japanese redline selvedge.
Get your pair on-line! Or visit our shop at Katarina Bangata 69 in Stockholm Sweden.
Unionville was chosen by the magazine Metro as one of the places in Stockholm to go for the most “discussed, odd and satisfying culture experiences”. The article was published on the 15th of July 2011. Read more »
Joshy D. from the San Franciso based label Rebel8 visited Unionville one summer’s day. Then he wrote about it on the Rebel8 blog. You’re always welcome back Joshy!
On display in our store right now: a pair of Vintage Red Wing Irish setter sport boots from the 70s! Read more »
Please allow me to introduce myself, I’m a man of wealth and taste…
Today Shane from Burg & Schild and Mats from Indigofera Jeans stopped by the store and said hello. Very nice fellas. Check out and support their business.
Sorry about the bad photo. Iphone you know.
We are proud to announce that we now sell Johnson Woolen Mills. One 30′s style Cape Jacket and two different vests in nice checked wool fabrics. The Johnson Woolen Mills tradition reaches back to 1842 when local farmers brought their wool there to have it woven into cloth. In an age when fashions change overnight and markets vanish almost as fast, Johnson Woolen Mills have rarely changed their main product line.
This Wednesday, the 20th of July, we will throw a party at Debaser Slussen here in Stockholm. It’s free and you’re all welcome!
A while back Japan was hit by the forces of nature, with devastating consequences. Help was needed. Our customers kindly donated money, as did the staff at Unionville and Sivletto. The company itself also donated a sum. Read more »
The brand was born in 1981 at Kojima, Okayama Prefecture; the birthplace of Japanese jeans. Placing values on material, sewing, processing, and workmanship handed down over generations in this district, Spellbound aim to add the “present equals innovation” in their creations.
A customer has handed in this Levi’s Type 1 denim jacket for repair.