We featured a brilliant up and coming brand named 4 Stroke a few weeks back and this week we were give a sneaky peek at their Spring 2010 Collection. The brand are going back to their roots with the S/S 2010 offering “Mother Mother.” The two-time SIFA-nominated label pays homage to nature by focusing on natural wear, organic pima cotton and Japanese denim for the season. The line hones in on lighter washes along with light whiskering and wear & tears on lightweight, super-soft premium fabrics. Although Mother Nature’s ruggedness plays a big role in the design, 4 Stroke has yet to lose its modern, New York City edge.
The collection’s aesthetic and attitude proves that creative director, Nate Freeman, is a clever “mother-lover” who makes risky moves in denim. To spice things up, avant-garde styles have been introduced to the lineup: a distressed indigo trouser short in a 7 oz. pima cotton and a trouser short in 100% organic natural denim are just two of the new collection’s additions.
Past collections have relied bravely on experimental denim fabrics, but the new season shots seem to be sticking more to the true history of denim. For more information on the line, visit www.4strokejeans.com.