To create this drop, Tracy, an artist and set designer, used a watered-down house paint and chose her colors based on what type of clothing she was painting. “White looks good on denim. Sweatshirts are more about conversations between different colors, and I really like painting on chinos because they remind me of a canvas,” she says. Essentially, she starts her work day with a walk from her home in Williamsburg to her studio in Greenpoint, which once was an old rope factory. After she’s got her paints mixed, she just “turns up the jazz on WGBO,” and let’s the paint fly.
Painted by hand, so no two are exactly alike.
You will receive a completely unique piece that will vary from the item pictured here
If you want a better chino, sometimes you have to design it yourself. That’s what Todd did here by pulling together the key elements of classic chinos he’s known, worn, loved and lost over time. The fabric, which is imported from Japan’s famed Kuorki mill and made on old-style shuttle looms, recreates the dry yet soft handfeel of a vintage military khaki. The details are old-school too: Button fly, on-seam pockets, back Besom pocket with button closures, melamine buttons and a coin pocket on the waistband, The result is the chino for the chino connoisseur--perfect for work, weekend or whatever.
- 100% Cotton
- Japanese Selvedge Chino
- Straight Fit
- Button Fly
- Melamine Buttons
- Leg opening circumference: 15"(based on size 32w).
- Hand wash