Pendleton gets all the love, but they're not the only heritage brand in town. Dehen quietly made itself an institution in the 20th century, largely by producing varsity jackets for the nation's high schools, never straying from local production. (For a quickie on the brand's history, the Oregonian's obituary of Bill Dehen, who died on October 1, provides a succinct snapshot.)
Dehen's starting to get hip to itself, though, and realizing that it has cache in hip boutiques around the world, in particular for their heavyweight sweaters. Case in point is their new collab with the Woodlands:
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