For Fall 21, Dickies is once again honouring its strong roots in workwear, this time with ‘Remastered Classics’, inspired by DIY culture, garment repair and patching.
Celebrating a heritage spanning over almost 100 years, Dickies was founded in Fort Worth Texas in the early 1920’s, originally making denim bib overalls to farm and ranch workers in the Southwest of the US. The ‘Remastered Classics’ capsule stays true to workwear manufacturing, while celebrating clothes that have endured years of work and life.
With a nod towards 90’s trends, the focus products of the collection include bib overalls, coveralls, modified 874’s and chore coats with applied contrasting tonal fabric and pattern patch detailing. A reworked paisley print sits next to classic corduroy and canvas, resulting in refined garments that stand the test of time.
The women’s all over paisley print can be worn as a full look on its own or styled with a reworked tee or the reworked crop cord pants, for a trend-led but classically styled look. The men’s offering also includes a reworked chore coat and utility pants in a dark green, made out of a mix of the corduroy and canvas fabrics. The dark paisley print in the collection complements the colours of the iconic 66 cloth and the green corduroy in a fun, but balanced way.
The Remastered Classics Capsule Collection is available from www.dickieslife.com with prices ranging from £30-£115