Born and raised in Ketchum, ID, Langley stands out among other young well-heeled fashion types. Her creative spirit shins through every aspect of her personality and appearance. Artist first, and model second, Langley’s exquisitely detailed illustrations have been commissioned by the likes of Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, The Love Magazine Maroon 5, and more. She has also recently taken up embroidery and confessed that over the past holiday season, she spent her days at the local crafts store and embroidering everything she could get her hands on. When we decided to create a RE/DONE patch story, Langley was the perfect model to capture the collection’s essence.
The patches used in this collection date from the 1970’s through the 1990’s. They are primarily military, Boy Scout, Girl Scout, and dead stock uniform patches. Each patch has been artfully placed on the jean to tell a story and compliment the form of the garment. You can be assured, just like with our jeans, no two pairs will have the same patches. We are committed to always giving you individuality.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, photographer David Mushegain started his career in photography while traveling as a street performer. He has become known for his portraits, often taken of his subjects while on the road.
David's work often appears in French, Russian and Japanese Vogue, i-D and V Magazine. Among other brands, he has shot for Costume National, Iro, H&M and Converse. David is now Re/Done's resident photographer.