Creep Clothing first launched in 1997 in Osaka, Japan by Kiyofumi Awai. On a limited number occasions, the label’s pieces have made their way to US shelves. In 2008, Kiyofumi’s younger brother, Hiroshi, took the reigns as Creep’s creative director. Hiroshi is taking the line in a new direction by combining innovative Japanese design with his passion for the simple beauty of functional American Workwear.
These 100% Cotton mid-weight twill pants are a slimmed down and updated play on the classic cargo/surplus pant. The “Explorer Pant” details are; YKK Brass Metal zipper, real horn buttons, slanted front pockets with button closure, side parachute pockets, pleated knees, reinforced seat and tonal stitching.
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Dalton” boots by Allen Edmonds. Flannel pants by MAB by Dan Trepanier
Raleigh Hand-dipped Indigo Chambray Pants
In celebration of the re-opening of the Barneys Co-op on Madison Ave, Raleigh Denimproduced a short run of hand-dipped indigo chambray trousers. 25 pairs of the straight leg denim will be made available to the public. They should wear in with some rich qualities.
Shades of Grey - Slim Fit Suit Pant