Where the runway meets the street

Maiden Noir offers a more detailed look at their Autumn 2009 collection, entitled The Mountains Beyond. Based on the forests of North America, the collection takes inspiration from a small group of mountain ranges in the Pacific Northwest. The reinterpretation of this theme is seen in the heritage of vintage silhouettes, refined detailing, classics colors and materials, such as organic cotton oxford, heavy cotton canvas, chambray and madras plaid.

Featured items include the Wrathchild leather bomber jacket, Winchester quilted field coat and the Nisqually Valley parka. New for the denim collection is the Narrow selvage fit, which is the slimmest offering from the brand thus far. Graphite over-dyed raw denim marks a new color and is available across a variety of fits. The entire denim collection is crafted in Japan, while each cut and sew piece is made from Japanese fabrics, with the exception of the Italian leather.

More looks from the Maiden Noir Autumn 2009 Collection after the jump.

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