what I wear – Biddell SS10 jacket

what I wear — Danielle on April 27, 2010 at 11:16 am

I went to visit OZ studios to chat with designer Evan Biddell about a project… and part of the deal was I got to pick a piece to take with me.  I didn’t even have to think about it – I wanted this jacket the instant I saw it.  Evan cautioned me when I picked it off the rack that it would eat me alive – and he said if I changed my mind I could go back and switch to something safer… forget it!  It feels hyperactive and powerful to wear, and it automatically takes a great pair of jeans and classic 1460s to a dressed-to-kill level. It has the gutsy hunger that I like so much about Biddell’s best designs.  I’ll bite.

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    1. LOVE IT.

      Comment by Ashley Winnington-Ball — April 27 2010 @ 11:33 am
    2. Fierce!!! (I hope we get to hear more about the project.)

      Comment by Wendy — April 27 2010 @ 12:02 pm
    3. That’s so badass. And your Photoshop skills are pretty awesome, too!

      Comment by Ellie Di — April 27 2010 @ 1:44 pm
    4. That is one SERIOUS jacket! Kudos to you for not making a safe choice…not than any of Biddell’s designs are safe.

      Comment by The Backseat Stylers — April 27 2010 @ 9:29 pm
    5. I like how, consistent with the theme, you’re about to be eaten alive by the background graffiti.

      Comment by elle — April 28 2010 @ 8:40 pm
    6. I think the jacket looks great on you too! It has a urban/street style vibe.

      Comment by Kimberly — April 28 2010 @ 10:36 pm
    7. Thanks everyone! And Elle – I’m glad you noticed that ;)

      Comment by Danielle — April 29 2010 @ 11:04 am
    8. […] It couldn’t have come at a better time – my beloved Paper Denim & Cloth jeans (I’m wearing them in this post) are on the edge of developing their first hole, so my prayers to the denim gods were […]

    9. […] the loveliest projects sizzle into so much smoke.  When I got this amazing jacket from Evan Biddell, I exchanged my services as an illustrator to create an ad for a certain independent publication. […]

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