Maiden Noir has been repping the Pacific Northwest since 2005. But unlike the many brands that come out the region, its clothes are less woodsman-like and more in-line with vintage military aesthetics. As it has with past collections, this season continues to tell stories and paint a picture of the unique inspiration behind its newest pieces.
Fall/Winter 2013 collection is titled “Kidnapping Mountains.” The inspiration comes from stories loosely based on the 1990 film Twin Peaks. Not to get caught up and do a whole movie review, let’s just take a look at the clothes.
The collection is comprised of standard military and workwear influenced gear turned into cool streetwear. Highlight pieces from the season include an updated Rancher jacket, a hooded Mac coat, and a dope chore jacket. Camo is a thread that runs through from top-to-bottom in hats, knitwear, scarves, pants, and shoes. And you don’t have to worry about treating this stuff delicately; the brand has always taken pride on providing firmly constructed items that can last.
No matter what your style is, everything can pretty much be easily mixed in to your wardrobe to up it a few notches this fall. So head over to the Maiden Noir website if you're up for kidnapping some mountains.