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Mikko on S/S/17

Our head designer Mikko Kämäräinen speaks about latest S/S 17 collection

- We’ve taken on a much roomier style. No matter what kind of body you have. We just think that it looks better when clothes have a more relaxed fit.

We want to continue creating clothes for every situation with a hefty dose of Human Scales DNA mixed in. Of course we hope that people outside our established customer base will discover that a finer fabric delivers a more satisfying user experience.


 

What are your feelings ahead of SS17?

It is difficult to find a common denominator or thread running through all our collections. Probably because we are fascinated by so many different kinds of clothes. In this collection we offer everything from pyjamas to aprons and open sandals.  However much of

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Le Mile Magazine N°18

So happy to be featured in Le Mile Magazine N°18. Check it out http://www.milemag.com/shop/issue18

Image left – Our cow split leather jacket “Frans”. Right image – features our ultra comfortable jersey jeans “The Greatest Ecru Selvedge”

Stylist – Andrea Horn.

Photography –  Harling & Darsell.

Grooming – Tony Lundström.

Model Iwan –  Zalewski.

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Human Scales featured in Sleek Magazine.

Our Burt Shearling and Jeffrey Grey Melange in Sleek.

Fashion Editorial:Woolly Edges Photography: Tobias Schneider Styling: Tu Anh Ngo / Bigoudi Hair & Make Up: Dennis Brandt / Bigoudi Model: Thomas R. @ PMA

Burt Shearling

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Human Scales opens speakeasy store

A place of manly tranquility and inner peace.

We don´t want to make a big deal out of it, but if you are searching for 100% Human Scales indulgence. A place of manly tranquility and inner peace. Look no further, as we open the doors to our Human Scales speakeasy store.

Hope to see you soon. Remember,

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The Story Of The B-3 Bomber Jacket

The story of the iconic American B-3 bomber jacket begins with a man named Leslie Irvin.

Leslie was born in Los Angeles in 1895 and grew up to become an adventuresome and daredevil acrobat. At the early age of fourteen he pioneered as a stuntman for the fledgling film industry in California, performing a historic free-fall parachute jump in the movie Sky High.  

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