Added Mar 21, 2011
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Our Creative Director Alison has an obsession with “his & hers”. As a result, she and her fiance Dane have been musing over creating a unisex collection for quite some time. For him, we used our Amin men’s sweater pattern, substituting wool for knit. For her, a vintage-inspired swing coat, eliminating the belt pattern for a relaxed silhouette. They set up their tripod at the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Arch at Grand Army Plaza for the shoot.
Thanks to Pendleton Woolen Mills , the epitome of unisex cool woolen fabrics and blankets. Are you a fan of Pendleton? Follow their Facebook page.
His: Light-weight Wool: 1 3/4 yard (1m 60cm) Ribbed Knit: 7/8 yard (80cm), Zipper
Hers: 150 cm (59 in) wide light-weight wool: 2.05 – 2.05 – 2.10 – 2.10 – 2.10 m (23/8 yds). 150 cm (59 in) wide batiste as lining: 1.40 m (15/8 yds) for all sizes. Vilene/Pellon G 785. 5 snaps.
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