I think we share a broad curiosity about design and culture. Searching for the origins, learning about evolution and process, to get a better understanding and see a bigger picture.
Besides selling unique vintage clothing, footwear and accessories, Style Anthropologist Cristophe Loiron also researches and crafts iconic fashion pieces at his Store/Atelier in LA. Sharing the wealth by making select rare designs available in different sizes.
A cross between a museum and a vintage store, visit Mr.Freedom on Beverly Boulevard in LA not just to find unique clothing rooted in history, but also to learn about fashion, culture and history.
Unique design perspectives, like his “Les Apaches” line inspired by the style of Parisian Gangsters of the late 1800’s.
Or his “Viva la Revolución”’ line inspired by Mexican revolutionaries from the early 1900’s.
Recently he has also started selling what looks like semi-bespoke footwear with the MF Road Champ Boots. Made to the same specs as classic American work boots of the 1930’s.
For more information and updates check out the Mr. Freedom websit/blog and scroll through an endless catalog of timeless fashion design.
Via Mr. Freedom