Where the runway meets the street

An extension of Rogue Territory, RGT  goes beyond denim offering a full collection of tops and bottoms, outerwear and accessories.  The line has modern fit and style, with the light touch of vintage Americana and military influence now expected from designer Karl Thoennessen.

The first fabric Thoennessn chose to work with for RGT is a deadstock 1950s German Paramilitary Raindrop Cammo. The fabric finds life throughout the line as pocket lining, shirts, pants, shorts and hidden patch pockets.

In all, the line includes three models of trouser (two also coming in short form); two jean fits (skinny and straight) coming in Dark Indigo selvage, Natural selvage, Grey  selvage; and a range of triple needle stitched tops made from canvas, chambray, gingham, and oxford cloth.

All rivets and buttons are custom. All set for release in Spring of 2011.

Full look at RGT by Rogue Territory S/S 2011 after the jump.

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