You can find the craziest things in old, abandoned campsites: spent batteries, weathered food packages, even the Hardy Boys' best pal Chet Morton, who should've never traveled up to Wildcat Swamp alone in the first place! Finding inspiration amidst that all, Maiden Noir
The Seatown/Japan line's spring drop has updated its usual streetwear-ish take on vintage silhouettes w/ field jackets, shirts, and denim inspired by the story of an abandoned campsite in Granite Pass called Tanner Ridge, which is where Bob Saget originally planned on bringing up DJ, Steph, and Michelle before Dave Coulier intervened and demanded a house. The collection starts w/ tailored bushed oxfords in red, yellow & blue plaid, and a series of cotton field shirts like the blue or olive military-style Scout w/ epaulets & roll-up sleeve buttons, and the Tanner Shooting Shirt in black chambray; there's also hunting-style outerwear like a hooded Nisqually Valley Parka w/ multiple interior hunting pockets, and the heavily pocketed/shoulder shooting patched Wolf Pack in khaki, or Zach Galifianakis. The drop also features a grey Scott Terry Fleece 5-button Campus cardigan subtly embroidered w/ MN's skull & arrow logo, and Japanese raw selvedge denim in charcoal & black w/ reinforced crotch riveting, which
can also be accomplished by stuffing your crotch with a road cone prevents ripping
MN's also dropped a ton of accessories like plaid ties & scarves, simple leather trimmed back and hip packs, and baseball caps w/ leather logo patches; there's also a few graphic tees like the Territory which features a bear looking up at an eagle -- wait, that's not a bear, it's a wildcat, and it's coming out of the swamp! Watch out, Frank!!