DETAILS High-waisted corduroy denim. Cropped. Tapered bottom. Fitted. Consider sizing up. Model is 5'10" wearing a size 26. Size 26. Waist: 13" Rise: 10.5" Inseam: 26.5" Length: 37" Size 27. Waist: 13.5" Rise: 10.5" Inseam: 26.5" Length: 37" Size 28. Waist: 14" Rise: 10.5" Inseam: 27" Length: 37.5" Size 29. Waist: 14.5" Rise: 10.5" Inseam: 27" Length: 37.5" ORIGIN & CARE Made in USA 100% dead stock cotton dry clean
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Situated in Saint Paul, Minnesota and spanning two floors of gorgeousness, IDUN (pronounced Eden and named after the Norse goddess of youth) was opened in 2014 by Dahlia Brue. With the desire to introduce the public to emerging labels, she carefully selects under-the-radar designers with a timeless appeal and unique POV. Her intention is straightforward: to build a community of women while helping them define their own sense of style through discovery and reinvention. In the short time since its launch, this boutique has become a go-to destination for luxurious pieces and unusual wares from new and established designers.
This New York label has evolved in the years since its creation to become known for unadulterated luxury, whimsical surrealism and avant-garde silhouettes. Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta are the creative minds behind the label. The two created the line after working together as classmates at the Rhode Island School of Design where Mike studied sculpture and Zoe studied textiles. They had both gained impressive experience: Mike designed accessories for Marc Jacobs and Zoe worked for the Met and her own textile company called Prince Ruth. But neither had actually designed clothing. So it was a cool story of trial and error that led to Eckhaus Latta’s launch in 2011. They showed their first collection at New York Fashion Week in 2012 and have been surprising and delighting the fashion industry ever since. With cameos of unusual materials like fishing line and plastic, as well as their constant evolution and disregard for the fashion rules, we can’t wait to see what’s next.
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