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May 29, 2007

{     Drifter - Summer 07'     }    

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Often times we have the chance to wear art. Other times we get to make a statement with our art. With the line of clothing from Drifter, you get the unique opportunity to do both. Taking cues from the popular cultural, renaissance, and medieval eras, Drifter has found a way to bring forth creations that bring their canvas to life.

Already known for their high quality line of clothing, Drifter is a particular favorite of mine. It’s so rare to find such a well blended use of social statements and popular icons, especially in such luxurious fashion. Established in 2002, Drifter has truly cornered the market on making product that will fast become your favorite “worn” article, bringing along with it not only that afore mentioned boldness but a sentimentalism that comes with the soft delicacy that certain well aged clothing brings.

Drifter’s greatness is not without it’s clauses. Yes, it is clad with a few hitches. First off, you’re getting five star quality clothing when you buy from Drifter. Not only is this another case of well stitched apparel, but these items are meant to feel as if you’ve already owned them for ages. To go the extra mile they have to maintain that feeling and keep their constitution in tact. To do so they require extra care, such as hand washing the particular article in question.

The next drawback, the ever painful price tag. Drifter’s line is truly one of a kind, meaning it will most likely cost you. Not without mercy, Drifter often has sales lowering their prices significantly. Either way, the drawbacks do not out weigh the advantages of owning the great product Drifter offers. To truly understand what it means to take the tattered pieces of our past and paste them into form is to truly understand Drifter. I highly recommend you give them a look, cause once you do you’ll know all too well what it feels like to gaze upon that missing something you’ve always been looking for.

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