Apaches spotted in a Los Angeles alley, near Mister Freedom® store…


All rite, before you start calling Five O, let’s just say that the boys and I decided to have fun yesterday and Ms. Jordan shot away…
Nothing to alert the medias about, but we decided to share our goofin’ around. Featured in the photos are pieces of our MFSC Les Apaches Spring 2011 collection:

* MFSC Gilet de Ville
* MFSC Chemise Calico
* MF® Bourgeron Biribi
* MFSC Pantalon Ouvrier
* MFSC Pantalon Apache
* MFSC Chemise Fantaisie
* MF® Casquette “Deffe”

We had more fun than what it looks like on those photos.
No humans were harmed in the shooting of this photo session. Maybe just my pride when i realized i have to lose a few pounds. Anyways…


(If anyone wonders, John, Nico and I do NOT take ourselves seriously.)

Email jordan@misterfreedom.com or john@misterfreedom.com, or call 323-653-2014 for infos. Sorry, Nico NOT available for bachelorette parties…



2 comments to Apaches spotted in a Los Angeles alley, near Mister Freedom® store…

  • […] SPECS: PATTERN: Original MFSC pattern, inspired by early French tailor-made suiting. FABRIC: INDIGO Métisse: 9.7 oz. indigo dyed twill blend, 70% cotton and 30% linen, un-sanforized. The yarn core is white, the indigo outer has a purple blue shade typical of early french indigo work clothes. Fades, bleeds and reacts to sun light… Milled in Japan in limited batch. LINING: Fully lined with 100% cotton stripe MFSC ticking. BACK PANEL: Original MFSC  lightweight black moleskine, all cotton, 5 oz. BUTTONS: Original MFSC Corozo natural wood buttons. (aka “vegetable ivory”, corozo buttons where an hi-end option for suiting from the 1900’s to 1940’s). Five button front. DETAILS: * Limited Edition. * Four front slash pockets * Two inside concealed chest flap pockets.  * Traditional darted back piece, with cinch back belt. Original french NOS metal sharp-prong buckle (DISCLAIMER:  Will scratch car seats, sofas etc…) The buckle is removable and you can switch to one that fits your needs (a “safer” metal buckle, used for the Japanese production, will be found in one of the pockets.) CONSTRUCTION: Tailor type single needle, no overlock nor chainstitch. 100% Cotton thread, oxidized black/brown colour. SHRINKAGE: The gilet comes RAW and unwashed, and will shrink and torque lightly with cold delicate wash/hang dry (about 1 to 2%). As you wouldn’t throw a suit in the washer, this gilet de ville, although washable, should be treated with TLC.  PACKAGING: The garment comes in an individual old school chipboard box, exclusive to MF®. The original oil painting was masterfully executed by Mr. PATRICK SEGUI of RIVETED blog fame, and a paper print of his artwork is featured on the Apache Collection box tops. SIZING: The Apache collection is sized and labelled in french… 92 (small) Chest about 18 1/2” across, after rinse/dry. 97 (medium) Chest about 20” across, after rinse/dry. 102 (large) Chest about 21” across, after rinse/dry. 107 (X-Large) Chest about 22” across, after rinse/dry. Some not-so-serious fit pix here […]

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