Cordura’s Re/Mastered collection is inspired by iconic 20th century utility silhouettes. The collection is a tribute to Cordura denim and is made using specially engineered Cordura fabrics from leading mills Arvind, Artistic Milliners, Cone Denim, and Kipas.
Arvind’s classic Cordura Denim is well washed and worn and has been hammered hard in the line of duty. Artistic Milliners’ heavy duty, indigo blue, specially engineered 15 osy Cordura denim has been uniquely re-mastered for a heritage work wear outfit.
Taking inspiration from across Europe and different decades of the 20th century, a classic 1960s-style Dutch utilitarian field jacket combined with retro French motorcycle pants has been re-imagined through Cone Denim’s vintage-inspired Cordura red-edge selvedge denim.
Kipas Cordura canvas fabric has been custom dyed in British khaki to create a heritage work outfit. The silhouettes created for the collection borrow from functional shapes and authentic details of iconic garments from the past, taking inspiration from work wear, motorcycling, and even military applications. From ’60s firefighter jackets to brewery aprons, to mechanic’s coveralls, the new collection re-imagines these original pieces.
All garments in the Re/Mastered collection were specially dyed and finished to give the fabrics an authentic worn heritage look and feel that is central to the collection’s style. Cordura is presenting the Re/Mastered collection at the ongoing Kingpins Show in Amsterdam from April 19 to 21.