Lee AW'15: MOVE YOUR LEE!
Lee have become a heritage/contemporary hybrid of a brand. With their rich history in manufacturing denim combined with their modern twists on old classics such as western shirts, plaids and selvage denim they are one of the best brand in the business. Their latest collection bears the tagline 'Move Your Lee' which shows the denim brand is still full of vitality projected in their latest AW'15 Collection.
The Lee 101 Western Shirt in Pumpkin is a heavy flannel check woven shirt. It's slim fitting with two front button pockets and snap fastened front. Layer it over your favourite t shirt and under a jacket during the colder season.
The Lee 101 Rider Jacket is constructed in a 12 oz. left hand twill denim. During it's manufacturing process the jacket took 10 double indigo dips using a refined yarn. It features a bottle green selvage to the inside waist placket and shows two slightly slanted front chest pockets.
The Lee 101 Storm Jacket in Tarmac is constructed in a chunky 13oz. It's a relaxed fit black selvage denim jacket with canvas panelling with a slight contrast of tone and texture. The point of difference is the classic Lee blanket lining with multi coloured neps with contrast stripes. With gunmetal hard wear; shield-shaped pockets. Contrast orange stitch detail on the placket; cats eye button adjusters.
The Lee Engineer Shirt in Black is a heavy fabric shirt constructed in a 60% Wool, 32% Polyester, 3% Acrylic, 3% Viscose, 2% Polyamide mix. It's regular fit so can be layered over a t shirt. It features metal button fastening and two front button pockets.
The Lee 101 S Dark Vintage Washed Jean is a regular fit with modern tapered leg and button fly. It's constructed in a premium quality dark blue recycled yarn with intense used areas, micro abrasions, and a vintage tint. It features Lee 101 tarnished rivets and buttons and tonal stitching. It's also available in the classic dry selvage denim.
If you like the look of Lee's latest collection, head over to their section on the Union Clothing Website Now.