New York-based designer Emily Adams Bode of BODES created a new line of homely clothing for men. The line features re-purposed materials and intentionally lived-in designs. The designer aimed to create clothes that give the feeling of relaxation that comes from previously owned clothing with these new fashion-forward articles.
Featuring new pants, jackets, shirts and sweaters that were all created individually with hand-made detailing and needlepoint stitching. The vintage style may seem worn out, but each article was made with high-quality materials to provide long-lasting statement pieces to be worn, not hung up and admired. By adding feminine lace and quilted fabrics, this line of homely clothing by BODES creates a contrast to classic street-wear apparel.
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BODE Created a New Line of Homely Clothing For Men
1. Repurposed Materials - Opportunity for creating new products and fashion lines by utilizing repurposed materials, adding value and sustainability to the industry.
2. Lived-in Designs - Opportunity to cater to the growing demand for clothing that offers comfort and relaxation through intentionally lived-in designs.
3. Hand-made Detailing - Opportunity to capitalize on the desire for unique, one-of-a-kind clothing pieces through hand-made detailing and needlepoint stitching.
1. Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity for fashion brands to incorporate repurposed materials and lived-in designs in their clothing lines, appealing to sustainability-conscious consumers.
2. Interior Design - Opportunity for interior design companies to create home decor items inspired by the homely aesthetic of lived-in clothing, offering a cozy and nostalgic atmosphere.
3. Crafts and Artisanal Products - Opportunity for artisans and craftspeople to leverage hand-made detailing and needlepoint stitching to create unique, high-quality clothing and accessories, attracting consumers seeking individuality and craftsmanship.