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Quiet Life ’56th & Fig’

Posted in Uncategorized by deadlyserious on March 18, 2015

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The Quiet Life recently released their newly anticipated Spring 15 drop 1 collection. Here we see photos taken from their new look book called ’56th & Fig’, heres what Andy Mueller has to say –

‘We are excited to announce that our SPRING 15 “56th & FIG” COLLECTION is now available in stores around the world. This collection is named after a key street intersection ( 56th Ave. and Figueroa St. ) in our neighbourhood of Highland Park ( Los Angeles ) California.

This Collection features new jackets, fleece, button down shirts, jogger pants, custom and printed T’s. The highlights include a new version of our classic Fishtail Jacket ( in a spring weight cotton ), the new Hawaiian Canvas Jacket and a sporty take on our best selling Garage Jacket. There are several capsules that weave throughout this collection including the Flagship Pack, the Hawaiian Pack, the Eden pack ( featuring original artwork drawn in the late 1970’s by QL co-owner’s Jennifer Pitt’s father – Robert Pitt ), and 2 packs featuring Liberty of London fabric – the Liberty Madras Pack and the Liberty Rose Pack. This collection also features new headwear – 5 panels ( including a 5 panel with folder bill that can roll up and fit in your pocket ), polo hats, snapbacks, a new moon shape and several bucket hats. We are also proud to be releasing new graphic t-shirts and Camera Club photo shirts from our long running Camera Club series; We are also releasing new bags and accessories including a new camera bag, shoulder bag, a ping pong case and a new guitar pick holder keychain.
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New Lookbook:  “56th & FIG”
Each season we like to invite one of our favorite photographers to do a Lookbook with us and we are honored to announce that our Spring 15 “56th & Fig” Collection was shot by Los Angeles photographer, Dan Monick ( web: http://dmonick.com / instagram: @danmonick ) in Highland Park ( Los Angeles, California ) at a studio at 56th & Figueroa in a 1920’s store front.

Here’s the link to our new look book:
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