WHYRED BLUE WOMEN CHINOS
- • Leaning pockets in front.
- • Two jetted pockets in the back.
- • Whyred classic.
- • Slightly tapered legs.
- • Hook and zip fly.
- • Hand wash at max. 30˚C.
Traditionally male, the chino is also one af the most female of garments. Highlighting the legs and the female form, it is the dressed equivalent to jeans. It reinforces the look of a certain suave street smartness, an air of feminine confidence.
Based on an emancipated, Beatnik-inspired vision of women, the Whyred drain pipe chino is contemporary in spirit and look.
It would be wrong to consider the chino a unisex garment. It is unisex in principle, yes, but it does different things to a women’s body than to a man’s body. And therein lies its uniqueness. The Whyred drain pipe chino brings forward a natural coolness and confidence in the wearer.
By approaching the classic chino stylistically in ever new ways – through the offbeat detail or the different cut – Roland Hjort has secured its place in Whyred’s wardrobe of heroes.
The Heroes wardrobe expresses the essence and style of Whyred. You will always find these classics in your Whyred store. Consisting of non-seasonal garments, the wardrobe may change material and be modified but their origin and source of inspiration is always evident.
Rooted in military aesthetics, the Beatnik movement of the 50’s and British mod culture, each Heroes garment has a solid history. Nevertheless, they have a specific significance for us that goes beyond mere history. They are a quite private part of our perception of what fashion should be about and stand for. The images we carry within us and without which Whyred would not be what it is.
But most important of all, these garments have made a indelible impression on us thanks to the people that first introduced them to the world. They are our true heroes: musicians, actors, and strong personalities from different generations that have imbued the garments with meaning and sexiness by being who they are. They personify and define the timeless garments that we call Heroes.