Elza and Joost from the Amsterdam based brand Atelier de l’Armee are making the most amazing bags from old and deadstock camouflage jackets and denim fabrics. Over the years they collected many different types of camouflage from all over the world. Here is an overview of the ones that pass through their hands either as cloth or as a garment. My personal favourites are the German (flecktarn), Korean and Swiss camouflage patterns. Very nice overview and check out their great handmade brand!

1960’s East German”Blumentarn

 1950’s Belgian Denison Smock

Brazilian lizard camouflage

British desert camouflage

British Woodland camouflage

Dutch Jungle camouflage

Dutch Woodland camouflage

Finnish M62 Camouflage

French Foreign Legion Lizard camouflage

German Flecktarn desert

German Flecktarn

Korean Duck camouflage

Portuguese lizard camouflage

Russian TTsKO camouflage

Swiss Alpentarn camouflage

US Army Choco chip camouflage

US Army Desert storm camouflage

US Army Rhodesian camouflage


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. Nominated as 'Influencer 2020' by Rivet 50.