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Thanks Cheap Monday for putting some Faustine Steinmetz handcraft on the high street.

The designer says that another great perk with the collaboration was the opportunity to make her brand accessible to younger fans. Needless to say, we love to see a bit of limited edition handcrafted denim on the high street. See the collection in full here.

On our minds is Cheap Monday’s fresh new collaboration with Faustine Steinmetz. Joint together over some all-unisex artisanal denim designs, the six-piece collection comprise of jackets, jeans, a t-shirt and a backpack, all one-off’s made from organic cotton. A Cheap Monday fan since teenage years, Steinmetz means she used to sport top-to-toe CM looks at gigs and that one of the main inspirations for the collection was Norwegian heavy metal, which can be seen reflected in the dirty and destroyed look of the garments. 


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