Reformation, Yael Aflalo and Chi Bui's atelier and pair of bi-coastal boutiques, has just launched its first ever menswear line. The collection, in partnership with menswear designer Bobby Waltzer, hit stores this week, and, in staying true to the brand's MO, is all about creating new clothes from vintage garments. From sourcing vintage throughout L.A.'s markets and thrift shops, to washing, cutting, and retooling, the resulting men's collection is chock full of perfectly-tailored, modern takes on vintage classics.
Updating vintage pieces by re-fitting, re-structuring, texturizing, and embellishing all contribute to Reformation's debut menswear line. Look for button-downs, t-shirts, knitwear, denim, chinos, and outerwear, modernized to reflect a more modern, slim fit. The men’s collection retails between $75 for button-downs to $350 for outerwear, and is available both the Los Angeles and New York boutiques, as well as online.
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