Past success doesn't guarantee anything in the present, unless you take it to the internet, in which case you're gonna live forever fat kid spazzing with stick! Breathing e-life into an OG brand, BD Baggies
Crazy popular in the 80s, BD fell off the map until being quietly acquired by an Italian operation a few years ago looking to restore the brand to its comfortable glory by installing an acclaimed former J. Crew/Banana Republic designer, whose own prep-casual label's called "Save Khaki", which has long languished in the shadow of efforts to save the wales. Everything comes pre-laundered for super softness, with casual b-downs ranging from checkered gingham flannels (in purple, red, white, and green), to Western-cut thin-waled cord jobs, to seven colorways of vertical-striped poplins, and lighter layerings including longsleeve henleys, crew tees, and a jersey polo, different from the traditional game in that the riders are bigger animals than the horses. Fleece pops up in jersey-lined zip-up track jackets and muted hoodies, and cashmere features in a grip of sweatshirts, while the legs're set with a pair of single-back-pocketed loose-fit chinos called the "Gym", as even fatties should sometimes see the inside of one.
The revival's rounded out with now-mentioned unmentionables, a run of colorful boxers in pinstripes and solids they're calling the "Legend", a title once reserved only for those with limited back flipping nunchuk skills.