April 4, 2022
Stevenson is back with their first completely new collection in quite some time.
First up we have a brushed cotton jacquard lined Prairie chore jacket made of an indigo/indigo denim that’s been heavily rinsed to give the jacket a really nice lived in feel. The puckering at the seams and little design details in the stitching on these is top notch, as you’d expect from Stevenson.
Stevenson Overall have produced a jersey knit classic double-V sweatshirt with fine merino wool yarn and it’s absolutely beautiful. The double-V gussets and classic two-tone color scheme are details that date back to the era when sweatshirts were introduced to the world as athletic wear. The fabric is made of a combed fine wool, has a very soft hand-feel, and can be worn during all seasons because of its high thermal resistance and good breathability.
We also have some very nice socks made of a custom fiber blend, come pre-rinsed, and come in four very attractive colors.
Lastly we have a fresh run of the 714 Valencia jean. These are made out of Stevenson’s unsanforized loomstate 14.5oz Japanese selvedge denim and single-needle stitched throughout. The denim used on this jean is an original fabric developed by Stevenson Overall Company for their line of jeans and woven by Okayama's famed Kuroki denim mill. Even the thread used is developed for their jeans by Okayama's oldest thread producing factory, from the outside it looks and ages like a 100% cotton thread but is strong so that the jean lasts for a longer period of time. The entire jean is single needle sewn which is nearly unheard of on a jean in this price range, it's truly a work of art to see.