Felix: This idea evolved naturally from the fact that we mixed vintage clothing with new garments in the store. At one point we tried to find some nice leather jackets to sell but realized it was really difficult. We had a really clear idea of what the perfect biker jacket looked like, but it turned out new leather jackets were far too expensive, and nice-looking vintage jackets were almost impossible to find. We thought the perfect solution was to make them ourselves, but to use vintage garments as raw material! We knew some people working at the vintage markets down in Bangkok and asked if they could help us. The patchy looking biker perfecto jackets were far from perfect but our fans back in Stockholm liked what we were trying to do. So initially the whole idea was a vintage rework project. The years that followed have been a journey to refine the sourcing, design and quality to something that we are now incredibly proud of. Today, instead of used vintage garments we use production leftovers, deadstock materials and factory offcuts for our collection. So we are still turning trash to treasure, so to speak, but today in a more refined way.