DALLAS, Oct 25, 2009 / FW/ — Building on the momentum of its successful revival, BD Baggies under the direction of American designer David Mullen launches its Spring 2010 collection in the U.S. and Japan, receiving excellent reception from Barneys Co-op, Bloomingdales, Saks, Fred Segal, Mario’s, Steven Alan, Beams and United Arrow.
Based on the design philosophy of “fine American basic,” the Spring 2010 collection will be noteworthy for its ever-lighter weights, particularly in cotton, linen and poplin.
For men, we will again see the traditional styles of the very popular pre-washed shirts like BD CLASSIC, BD FOUNDRY and BD STUDIO. New this season are the large range of check designs that go from baby check to madras, linking it to the very soft garment-dyed line and to classic men’s-shirt designs.
Proposed in 16 different colors, the new line of garment-dyed jersey and cotton fleece are destined to become new favorites. Costumes in nylon and oxford and scarves in piece-dyed jersey are just some of the really interesting accessories created with that special BD feel.
For women, David Mullen echoed the use of lightweight fabrics for Spring 2010. The BD Baggies for women will also be recognizable for the special attention and richness of the fabrics and very lightly garment-dyed in 10 colors.
The traditional romantic-style dress, with pleats around the buttons and a little belt at the waist, turned out to be the “must have” of last season, and is now offered in a new range of patterns and fabrics.
Several new styles have been added to the collection. Among these are shirts of various lengths in garment-dyed linen, with three-quarter sleeves, tuxedo shirts for any occasion of the day and all available in many fun colour ranges, the Nantucket shirt, an oversized dress whose generous cut is inspired by a man’s shirt, and the Hampton shirt, a shirting tank top in various materials and colours that is perhaps the most “summery” part of the collection.
The new line of garment-dyed jersey and cotton-fleece in 16 different colours is an absolutely new departure. BD Baggies confirms itself as an “easy to wear” label through the wearability and lightness of its fabrics.
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