Creative couple Elza Wandler and Joost Doeswijk from Amsterdam based Atelier de L’Armee created again an amazing new lookbook for spring summer ’14. This time their inspiration came from deep blue seas and the middle east dessert. Each picture is a true piece of art! Very nice shoot. Check ofcourse their great handmade bags made from old deadstock denim and army jackets, but also the behind the scenes video is more than worth to watch. Bravo Elza & Joost!

Atelier de L'Armee long john blog spring summer 2014 lookbook joost doeswijk elza wandler handmade totebags japan sashiko holland amsterdam blue raw selvage selvedge rigid unwashed  (1) Atelier de L'Armee long john blog spring summer 2014 lookbook joost doeswijk elza wandler handmade totebags japan sashiko holland amsterdam blue raw selvage selvedge rigid unwashed  (2) Atelier de L'Armee long john blog spring summer 2014 lookbook joost doeswijk elza wandler handmade totebags japan sashiko holland amsterdam blue raw selvage selvedge rigid unwashed  (3) Atelier de L'Armee long john blog spring summer 2014 lookbook joost doeswijk elza wandler handmade totebags japan sashiko holland amsterdam blue raw selvage selvedge rigid unwashed  (4)Atelier de L'Armee long john blog spring summer 2014 lookbook joost doeswijk elza wandler handmade totebags japan sashiko holland amsterdam blue raw selvage selvedge rigid unwashed  (7) Atelier de L'Armee long john blog spring summer 2014 lookbook joost doeswijk elza wandler handmade totebags japan sashiko holland amsterdam blue raw selvage selvedge rigid unwashed  (9)

Atelier de L'Armee long john blog spring summer 2014 lookbook joost doeswijk elza wandler handmade totebags japan sashiko holland amsterdam blue raw selvage selvedge rigid unwashed  (6)

Atelier de L'Armee long john blog spring summer 2014 lookbook joost doeswijk elza wandler handmade totebags japan sashiko holland amsterdam blue raw selvage selvedge rigid unwashed  (5) 

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Written by Wouter
I'm the founder of Long John. Next to running this daily magazine I'm working as a freelance marketing specialist for brands and retail. Specialized in denim.