True Religion’s Love & Haight Collection
True Religion have a new collection called the Love and Haight collection which launched on their website and in stores a little while ago. The collection is inspired by San Francisco’s famed Haight-Ashbury district during the counterculture 1960’s.
It is made up of a variety of pieces including a patchwork bell bottom, floor length skirt and a cropped jacket in a variety of washes. Each of these are hand-crafted using reclaimed fabric for a unique one-of-a-kind look, while also featuring recycled tin hardware and is made entirely in the USA. The brand said that the collection is really strong and is a great representation of True Religion’s heritage.
I have included still life images and Spring/Summer 2012 campaign images that feature the product as well in the gallery below. What do you think of the new Love and Haight collection? I actually really like a few of the items, especially those shorts above and the cropped jacket. Both are very cute! I have listed the styles and price information for you below. Do you like any specific pieces?
┬À Carrie Bell Bottom – $308
┬À Bobby Low Rise Flare – $283
┬À Morgan Flare – $312
┬À Joey Cut-off Shorts – $213
┬À Sadie Cut-off Mini Skirt – $213
┬À Dakota Floor Length Skirt – $312
┬À Vintage Rocky Shirt – $251
┬À Cropped Western Jada Jacket – $339