Oslo-based clothing brand Mardou&Dean has recently launched a special capsule collection with sustainable garments. All of which are limited edition pieces handmade from old jeans, and they’re only made upon order. It can’t get any more exclusive than that, can it?
Through the founders’, Ingrid Bredholt and Patrik Rosenfors’ interest in the arts, a new atmosphere is being communicated. The idea is to constantly evolve through travel and collaborations with other creatives such as photographers and craftsmen within areas of design.
They have previously been in collaboration with multiple well-known artists, some of them are; English rock photographer Mick Rock, multi-artist Bryan Adams, legendary Italian photographer Aldo Fallai and Norwegian rock photographer Stian Andersen.
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