Spring has sprung and it's always great to see how clothing brands interpret the season while offering us something stylish to wear. Seattle-based brand Maiden Noir uses there proximity to the volcano, Mt. St. Helen's, to share a story of the first seven days after the catastrophic eruption of May 18th, 1980 as witnessed by a few of its local citizens.
It's a unique perspective and great looking collection to boot. The looks combine utilitarian function, classic prep and a military influence that makes for a versatile collection with a story to tell.
Camo is also the pattern of the season but these nod towards huntsman rather than surplus which go well with the theme.