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Dr.
Martens, that resolute mainstay of youth driven subculture and all of
it's decades of incarnations, has hooked up with British shirtmakers
Brutus Trimfit for the second year in a row. The collab involves a
limited-edition shirt and matching red boots.

Apparently the collection is inspired by the suedeheads of the 1960's (Yeah, I had no idea what a suedehead was either. Thank you google!) with Brutus using the original gingham from one of their first shirts from 1969. Fans of Dr. Martens will be sure to love this mashup.

On a side note. The Brutus Trimfit Illustration video featuring Dr. Martens is kind of cool. See below.

 

 

'TRIMFIT ILLUSTRATION PROJECT' by BRUTUS from Brutus Trimfit on Vimeo.

Image002

 

Dr.
Martens, that resolute mainstay of youth driven subculture and all of
it's decades of incarnations, has hooked up with British shirtmakers
Brutus Trimfit for the second year in a row. The collab involves a
limited-edition shirt and matching red boots.

Apparently the collection is inspired by the suedeheads of the 1960's (Yeah, I had no idea what a suedehead was either. Thank you google!) with Brutus using the original gingham from one of their first shirts from 1969. Fans of Dr. Martens will be sure to love this mashup.

On a side note. The Brutus Trimfit Illustration video featuring Dr. Martens is kind of cool. See below.

 

 

'TRIMFIT ILLUSTRATION PROJECT' by BRUTUS from Brutus Trimfit on Vimeo.