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Rumors of a Duckie Brown/Odin collaboration have been circling for awhile now, and the collection—named Edward, after some of their relatives—is finally ready to launch. Edward is set to go on sale at the three Odin locations on November 1st, and after that the foursome hopes to expand distribution to other stores. The line is designed to be a commercial one that takes influence from Duckie Brown's artistic bent and Odin's merchandising skills. WWD reports that the 17-piece collection includes plenty of plaid shirts with small collars along with a waxed canvas fatigue jacket, a slim black suit, and a moleskin peacoat. Fantastically, the designers were able to use remainders of luxury fabric so the collection will be able to deliver on style and quality, yet nothing will retail over $500.
· Duckie Brown and Odin Launch Edward Line [WWD]
· Now Open: Odin Brings Necessities like Duckie Brown to the West Village [Racked]