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The Lost Album

Aug 29, 2014 7:14:57 AM

The Lost Album Double Standard


Unearthed and on display in London for the first time are a series of 400 photographs taken by the late actor/director Dennis Hopper, mainly in the USA between 1961-1967.


His subject matter was brilliant and varied but the glamorous world of Hollywood he inhabited produced stand out images; as did time spent with his contemporaries: iconic musicians, poets and artists.


The Lost Album Jane and Roger


The Lost Album Andy Warhol and members of The Factor


Hopper didn’t only document the icons of the 60s, he ventured further afield to capture the many sides of 1960s American society.


From capturing the Civil Rights movement to the Hippies of San Francisco and the Hells’ Angels, Hopper has powerfully documented 1960s America; a notorious time of political change, excitement, upheaval and progress.


These extraordinary photographs give a new insight into an era that changed the world.


Showing at Royal Academy of Arts London, 26th- June - 19th October 2014.


The Lost Album Guy with 5 Hogs


The Lost Album Jane


The Lost Album Martin Luther King


Images from here, here, here, here, here and here






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New York + London

Aug 15, 2014 6:13:41 AM

Danielle Zalcman New York + London 1


NEW YORK + LONDON. The urban homes of our two corporate offices in one set of beautiful, complicated images. As the artist Daniella Zalcman says on her website: 'After a while, the cacophony of concrete and street life begins to blend into something more universal. My hope is that in the noise and silence, everyone will find something that feels like home.'


Danielle Zalcman New York + London 2


Danielle Zalcman New York + London 3


Images from here and here

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Love Haight

Jul 18, 2014 8:13:24 AM

MiH Jeans Haight San Francisco



Haight, San Francisco, was the epicentre of hippy culture in the US in the 60s. With its colourful buildings and streets full of character, this is the home of eclectic and the inspiration behind our new Haight print for AW14.


MiH Jeans Janis Joplin Haight San Francisco


MiH Jeans The Grateful Dead Haight San Francisco


Images from here, here and here

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May 16, 2014 12:30:51 PM



Our shibori collection is a work of art; each hand dyed by one of the most talented and inspirational people we’ve ever met. Since you couldn’t all be in our masterclasses, here’s a brief history of this ancient art. 


Shibori is an ancient cloth dying technique originating in 8th century Japan, though ancient artefacts are now being found across Africa, India and South America. In 700 AD silk was outlawed in Japan for everyone but the emperor, and so his subjects wore cotton, embellished for special occasions with readily available natural indigo dye (which eventually became known as the dye of the people).


The Art of Shibori


From humble roots has grown a rare art form, including some of the most beautiful kimonos the world has ever seen – the most special of which took, and still take, several shibori experts working together an entire year to complete. In these instances, they use an incredibly skilled and painstaking process where lightweight silk is tightly wrapped in tiny sections and secured with even tinier stitches. The fabric is then immersed in huge pots of indigo dye and once dried, thousands of these tiny stitches are carefully undone to reveal the bespoke pattern which remains where the fabric has resisted the indigo. For everyday garments, without the $50,000 price tag, shibori patterns are created by twisting, knotting, stitching and tying the fabric to create resists before immersing the fabric.


MiH Jeans x Niki Livingston Shibori Collection




An in-depth study of shibori is the unveiling of a social and cultural history (just spend 5 minutes with Niki and you’ll be entranced) - here’s some recommended reading here, here and here if we’ve caught your fancy.



Indigo: Egyptian Mummies to Blue Jeans

Adire cloth in Nigeria: The preparation and dyeing of indigo patterned cloths among the Yoruba

Indigo: The Colour that Changed the World

top image from here

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Mar 27, 2014 12:21:00 PM

Do you love our watermelon print as much as we do? Have a slice of the action with our downloadable wallpapers for your PC, tablet and mobile desktop. Thanks to the lovely Bernadette Pascua for the beautiful illustration! 


Download for the watermelon wallpaper for PC and Laptops

Download for tablets

Download for phones


MiH Jeans Watermelon Wallpaper


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