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Brand to Know

Lauren Murrow | August 7, 2012 | Style & Beauty Story Style

Matt Dick made a name for himself dressing those typically intended to blend in: waiters, bartenders, cooks. But his selvage denim aprons, hand-dyed indigo tunics, and staff uniforms for hotspots like Blue Bottle, Bar Agricole, Jane CafĂ©, and State Bird Provisions suddenly became covetable. Now Dick is launching an independent womenswear collection of 10 dresses, shirts, pants, and coats in Japanese wool, silk, cotton, and linen ($85 to $1,285), as well as limited-edition wood-handled leather handbags (from $400), all available at Unionmade’s latest addition. Next month, he’s packing up his vintage Levi’s chain-stitch sewing machine and moving into an expanded workshop above Heath Ceramics’ new Mission factory and showroom.

2900 18th St. (at Florida St.), 415-361-5552

Established: December 2010

Founder: Matt Dick

The Goods: Traditional work wear for men and women

Find It: Mill Mercantile, 3751 24th St. (at Church St.)


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