Overall Vest by @utopia.us
- Size: S
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Dickies iconic Bib Overalls are reimagined as an entirely new structure with this precisely constructed, fitted vest. This quilted vest retains the zippers, logos, pockets, and original fabric of the overalls, but is handcrafted into a unique piece that features a futuristic, unisex, and impeccably wearable design. Maker Peder Cho describes his inspiration: "I wanted to use the classic Dickies silhouette and reimagine it, while keeping it unisex and malleable to any style."
- LIMITED EDITION!
- Hand-sewn and quilted
- Taped neck and shoulder seams won't unravel
- Reinforced double needle stitching for added durability
- Washed for softness
- 8.75 oz. Twill, 100% Cotton
- Hand wash cold water. Do not dry clean. Do not bleach. Do not iron. Lay flat to dry.
Peder Cho had been making a living as an accountant for years when he decided to follow his passion for sewing and leave the nine-to-five life behind. What started with altering his own suits in his dad’s tailor shop eventually led to a move to LA. “Being in LA or NYC, you must be creating some amazing pieces to get great opportunities,” he says. “So there’s a healthy competition in these areas to help designers and artists push each other forward.”