Wednesday, April 16, 2008


A haberdasher is a person who sells small, commonly used items of clothing via retail. These can include ribbons and buttons or completed accessories such as hats or gloves. A haberdasher's shop or the items sold therein are called haberdashery.

Stockholm's own Haberdashery just so happens to be dealing with the fine cotton product that is jeans. Hard to find and requiring a small trip outside the usual shopping districts, but it is well worth it.

The store carries the familiar brands The Flat Head, Iron Heart, FreeBee, Pace, BayIcon and the new acquaintance Studio Zero.
It is also the first and only place in Sweden to get your jeans chainstitched. We've so been waiting for that!

Herkulesgatan 24 is where it's at.

Iron Heart 21 oz type 3 jacket.

Sugarcane, models 1947 and Union Star, the jean that was originally produced for the U.S. Military.

The Flat Head 1005, a 16 ounce 50's model.

FreeBee 101, made from the same denim as my FreeBee jacket.

Studio Zero. On the left is the 100% cotton version and on the right the 40%/60% hemp/cotton version that Sivletto carries.

BayIcon's hemp denim that's coming out this fall.


Pace limited edition.


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