Gallery: Denham Turns Vintage Linens, Navy Blankets Into Military-Inspired...

Nowhere is Denham's motto, "Worship tradition, destroy convention," more apparent than its "ReCut" collection, a series of workhorse garments cobbled together from vintage and repurposed textiles. The latest piece to emerge from the Amsterdam-label's workshop is a twist on an oldie-but-goodie: the Swedish Army coat (circa 1940s to 1970s) that Denham praises for its "rugged texture, thick collar facing, tab-and-toggle closure, and generous map-sized lower pockets." Its contemporary update, the "Orkney DGL," is a hardwearing men's parka crafted from vintage French linen slipcovers and deadstock Italian Navy blankets from the 1960s. It's also the 10th iteration of the company's ReCut concept.

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