Griffin Clothes Collection 2011 – The Spray Paint Effect
New for the Spring/Summer 11 Griffin Collection we been working closely with our Italian dye factory to create a spray-paint technique which could feature across a limited edition range of garments. The hand applied technique is applied after the garment has been manufactured, placed on an industrial mannequin – the dye affect is then applied across the entire garment, this means the dye can only reach the areas immediately exposed leaving the underneath of pockets and inside of cuffs completely untouched. This hand-applied technique ensures each garment is completely unique and gives a worn, plastic finish to the Italian cotton fabrics. We have produced just 50 Limited Edition pieces of each style, there are four styles available including the Imber Jacket, the Flying Pant, the Archback Trouser and Short.