These gorgeous leather jackets are perfect for auto snobs -- they're lined with salvaged leathers and fabrics from vintage car seats.
The Platinum Dirt VIN Jackets are made to order and custom-fit by Dustin Page, a passionate connoisseur of cars himself. A lover of Cadillacs and Lincolns from the '60s and '70s, he went on a mission to find the remains in auto junkyards. He used the old leathers to create brand new, retro-cut, distressed leather jackets and gathered hood-ornaments to act as zipper pulls.
This way if the wife makes you give up your '63 Caddy, for $1,200, you can still wear part of it close to your heart each time you miss it!
Now that's classy trashy!
Platinum Dirt VIN Jackets
1. Vintage-upcycled Fashion - Designing fashionable clothing using salvaged materials, such as vintage car seat leathers and fabrics from junkyards.
2. Sustainable Clothing - Using upcycled materials to create luxury clothing that is environmentally friendly and promotes sustainability in the fashion industry.
3. Custom-fit Clothing - Creating bespoke garments that are tailored to meet the unique needs of consumers and provide a personalized experience.
1. Fashion - There is an opportunity for the fashion industry to embrace upcycling and sustainable practices in clothing production through collaborations with car junkyards and custom-fit tailors.
2. Automotive - Automotive manufacturers and salvage companies can reap benefits by working with designers and fashion companies to repurpose car seat leathers and other fabric scraps in creative and artistic ways.
3. Tailoring - Professional tailors can specialize in creating custom-fit clothing and using salvaged materials to provide unique and personalized experiences for their customers.