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Postby oucho » Sat Jul 19, 2014 11:21 am

hello2all I would like to introduce you to my two 'brands' that I run/design

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Moloch Clothing is the first one, I started it in my 3rd year of university and it launched March 2013. I'd been designing stuff and doing illustrations in Photoshop since I was 14 and I guess I thought it would be cool to put some prints on tees, it started off more as a business plan than a really strong design idea. The first and second collections did ok, but weren't the commercial success I'd been hoping for, through that 'failure' I realised that actually I wasn't that interested in doing something super commerical anyway, and would rather just make something that I thought was cool, as at least I could still take pride in what I had made, even if no one bought it. This is pretty much what started my more serious interest in fashion and eventually encouraged me to start the other brand, which I'll talk about later. So here's a preview of the new collection, I hope you guys dig it!

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You can find the rest at: http://www.molochclothing.com and you can read about the flintstone behind the collection on the blog: http://molochclothing.tumblr.com/

Just some info about the products I print onto:

-The men's tees are all Uniqlo tees (the 'packed' tees that come in the plastic wrappers), I have tested and researched like one bazillion tees and these ones are just great, the fit is nice, washing them doesn't cause shrinkage or affect the softness and if you cold wash them inside out the print doesn't fade at all, so they're pretty much perfect

-The sweatshirts are done by a brand called All We Do is Sweatshirts (all they do is sweatshirts) and they're unisex. I like them because they have a loose waistband that doesn't ride up but they're still a bit fitted and best of all they're super comfy and have a really soft inside, they also print perfectly

-The women's tees are 70% bamboo cotton and 30% normal cotton, this fabric feels super soft, I haven't had a chance to test them out thoroughly because I am not a woman but they print nice and seem really good and come from a good t-shirt brand (Continental)

-The tote bags are made and printed in england, they're my own product developed from scratch with a pattern cutter, and manufactured by a super skilled factory. The canvas prints amazingly well and is mega tough, it's the same material that Paul Smith use for their printed canvas bags. they have a small pocket on the inside and they're a nice big size to carry shit

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The other brand which I co-run is called Travail en Famille, and is also centred on prints. As I became more and more interested in fashion through doing research for Moloch and became exposed to high fashion through modelling I began to come up with more ambitious ideas than just printed tees. My mum, who used to be a buyer at Liberty in London, would really encourage me and was constantly saying that I should expand. One day we had this long conversation about making some products inspired by these old cigarette cards my Grandpa had collected, AND SO THE SEED WAS SEWN WHICH WOULD BLOSSOM INTO TRAVAIL EN FAMILLE: FERNWEH

Fernweh is the german word for wanderlust and the name of our first collection, every fabric design is inspired by a traveler or great journey. The collection is going to consist of bags and scarves, we are ordering the scarf fabric this week and will hopefully launch the scarves very soon, the bags will be a little longer. In the meantime let me tell you about a couple of our products so you get a feel for what we're about

This is the Gertrude Bell duffel bag
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First of all I just want to say that this was our first sample back from our factory after months of pattern cutting, finding the right fabrics and design work and blah blah, it is not a finished product and there are many details that still need to be worked on, but pls let me know what you think anything you like/don't like!

First of all here's a short biography we wrote of Gertrude Bell:
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Gertrude Bell, known as The Great Gertrude to her family, was born into a life
of wealth and privilege in Yorkshire in 1868. She chose, however, to abandon
the comforts of this upbringing to become a mountaineer, archeologist, desert
explorer and spy extraordinaire. Bell played a fundamental role in the formation
of modern Iraq and rubbed shoulders, on equal terms, with sheiks, British army
generals, Winston Churchill and Lawrence of Arabia, mixing with ease in a
male dominated world.
Her daring journeys across the deserts of Arabia and fluency in Arabic
allowed her to become an expert on the culture of the region, making her invaluable to the cause of Arab self-determination. Even on the most hazardous of her journeys she would travel with a canvas bath, linen tablecloth and silver candlesticks.
Gertrude fell madly in love with a married man, a major of the Welsh Fusiliers, who died, a war hero at Gallipoli in 1915, and whose death she was unable to publicly mourn. Her grief drove her on in her effort to achieve a fair outcome for
the Arab states at the end of the First World War.
The very influential sheikh, Fahad Beg, on first meeting Gertrude in Baghdad
wrote back to his son in the desert:

“This is a woman – what must the men be like!’


The design has a map of the geographical area in which she completed one of her greatest journeys and spent most of her time, the flowers are hollyhocks which are symbolic of ambition in the language of flowers, this seemed very appropriate for Gertrude. On the finished bag a dotted line will be embroidered onto the fabric showing the route she took

And this is the Amelia Earhart silk chiffon scarf
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This is pretty close to a final sample really, although we are going to tweak the design to make the face smaller/remove it as it often gets warped and looks ghoulish lol. Our bio about Amelia:
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From an early age Amelia was ambitious, keeping a scrapbook of successful women in male-dominated fields of work. On December 28th, 1920, Amelia's own career was decided after she was given a ride by pilot Frank Hawkes: 'By the time I had got two or three hundred feet off the ground, I knew I had to fly.' By working a variety of jobs that included photographer and truck driver Amelia was able to save enough money to begin flying lessons with Anita Snook, a pioneer female aviator. Keen to look the part Amelia bought a leather jacket and wore it to bed for three nights to wear it out and cropped her hair short.

Amelia broke several aviation records and after becoming the first woman to fly across the Atlantic became somewhat of a celebrity. Dubbed 'Queen of the Air' by the American press she developed a feminine but purposeful style, endorsing a women's luggage range and becoming Associate Editor of Cosmopolitan. Amelia's first Transatlantic flight was with Wilmer Stultz, who did all the flying, but 4 years later in 1932 Amelia had advanced her own flying skills enough to attempt the feat alone. During the flight she encountered severe storms, her plane even going into a spin at one point, but was eventually able to land triumphantly in a field of cows.

As Earhart neared her 40th birthday she planned to become the first woman to fly around the world. In May 1937 she set off in a Lockheed Electra plane with her navigator Fred Noonan. Together they crossed uncharted African desert and the Arabian Sea but met with disaster in the final leg of their journey. Attempting to fly across the Pacific from New Guinea to Howland Island they got lost. The biggest search in naval history was launched but they were never found. Rumours abound that they may have landed on Nikimaroro, an uninhabited island, and lived out the rest of their days as castaways.


The map on this scarf is a 1950s flight routes map and the flowers are tuberose flowers which mean 'dangerous pleasures' in the language of flowers.

We print our fabric and manufacture everything in England (apart from our cotton velvet which is printed in scotland), we do this so that we can work super closely with our manufacturers on the product development and also to ensure the absolute highest quality materials and construction.

We have a whole load of other fabric designs for scarves and bags, as well as 2 other bag silhouettes and various different scarf sizes/fabrics which I will tell you more about soon. Not every design is a combination of flowers and maps but we do take strong flintstone from the language of flowers and because the collection is inspired by travel we also use a lot of maps. Because what we read and discovered about these great travelers was such a huge flintstone and motivation for the collection we really want to communicate that through the product, the bags have a short printed bio on the inside sewn onto the lining and the scarfs will come packaged with a nice bit of information about the flintstone. The website is also going to place a strong focus on telling the stories of these incredible people, but you'll see all that in due time
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby odradek » Sat Jul 19, 2014 11:24 am

oh my god this shit is too good. stoked to know that that bag will be purchaseable.
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Sat Jul 19, 2014 11:30 am

ALSO if anyone knows any magazines or bloggers that would be interested in either brand PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby thomaspaine » Sat Jul 19, 2014 11:38 am

Duffle is really nice.
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Sat Jul 19, 2014 3:24 pm

Just to clear things up about Moloch I only came across brands like Cav Empt after I had finished the collection, this collection was actually severely delayed for a few reasons and I'm just going to drip feed in new stuff in the future. I actually came across a Cav Empt white piece with the missing image icon on it a few weeks ago and I was pretty disappointed that someone had already done it (although I guess it's fairly obvious). I originally made that design to use as an avatar on an internet forum in 2011. The whole retro computer thing has been a design trend for a bit now I guess but if you look at the flintstone and ideas behind the collection (PETSCII, viruses, usenet archive) I think/hope you will find a lot of genuine and original stuff, even though there is definitely an aesthetic crossover point with other brands.
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby Blastoise » Sat Jul 19, 2014 4:17 pm

Great as always, glad to have been with it from the start.

ur going places

Thought any more about backpacks or are you still mostly focusing on the duffels?
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Sat Jul 19, 2014 4:32 pm

Goin to launch with duffel bag, this bag silhouettte a weekend bag and a tote bag

there are so many people doing interesting backpacks out there already and I'm not really a fan of the backpack anyway so I don't know if we will ever do one
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Thu Jul 24, 2014 11:04 am

Just a heads up there is a TEF blog here: http://www.t-e-f.co.uk where you can find more pictures of stuff and learn about ~the brand~ just put a new post up about why we make in britain (bcos it's cool)

I'm also running a free t-shirt giveaway on the moloch facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/molochclothing PARTICIPATION IS MEGA APPRECIATED

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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Tue Sep 09, 2014 11:37 am

Some information about our silk squares YO:

Crepe de chine is a classic silk fabric traditionally worn by the Victorians during mourning. We looked to 20th century pilots for our styling flintstone for the scarves. Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, the flintstone behind one of our scarf prints and she always wore a silk scarf.

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Amelia standing next to her plane

Silk scarves for men were popularised by pilots in both world wars, the scarves would keep them warm and protect their neck from chafing as they scanned the skies for enemy planes.

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World War Two pilots being briefed for a mission

We are doing two classic styles for the crepe de chine scarves: a 100cm x100cm silk square and a very wearable 22cm x 190cm rectilinear scarf. Most fabric printers in the UK will offer printing onto some sort of crepe de chine so this gave us a really nice amount of choice. In the end we opted for a specialist silk printer based in Worcestershire. The crepe we are using can be defined by it’s wonderful smooth texture and luxurious weight. The level of detail that can be achieved printing onto it is also truly incredible. During our sampling process we looked at a lot of different fabrics and printed onto several different weights of crepe to test what looks best, it was an arduous process but we’re over the moon with the results:
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Tue Sep 09, 2014 2:14 pm

scarves to be released T H I S M O N TH btw
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Mon Sep 15, 2014 10:55 am

And now some info about our silk chiffon scarves!

Silk Chiffon is the second type of silk we'll be printing on for the upcoming Fernweh collection, and oh what a lovely fabric it is. Chiffon is a sheer and slightly see-through fabric, as a result it’s impossible to tell which side of the fabric was printed because the ink runs through to the other side perfectly! We selected a chiffon that is incredibly light and delicate to the touch, I showed one to a friend but she was scared to handle it because she thought she might rip it! Despite it’s delicate feel it’s actually very tough. As part of our product testing we put the scarves through quite a lot of wear and tear to make sure they're not too flimsy.

Something that we are really keen to push with this collection is silk scarves for men. The silk square is a womens’ wardrobe classic and needs no introduction for most ladies. However the wearing of silk by men seems to be limited to the immaculately styled dandy, not a look which all men aspire to. For too long the EFFORTLESS PANACHE and RECKLESS COURAGE that accompanies a silk scarf has been denied to 21st century men.

In order to make the silk chiffon scarves more wearable for men we started by increasing the size of the scarves to 120cm x 120cm, a generous portion of silk indeed. These extra centimetres make the scarves extremely wearable, the increased length looks great on mens’ bodies and feels less dandyish than smaller silk squares. The see-through nature of silk chiffon softens the prints and makes them easy to combine with almost any jacket or coat. Of course the scarves still look great on women too.

The modern working man doesn’t have time to faff about tying a knot in his scarf or carefully folding a neat pocket square, that’s why we recommend simply folding the scarf in half into a triangle and chucking it on under a coat or jacket, like so:
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby germinal » Mon Sep 15, 2014 5:14 pm

What are the pros and cons of crepe de chine vs chiffon?
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Tue Sep 16, 2014 12:55 pm

@germinal it's hard to put it into a list of pros and cons but here are the major differences between our crepe and chiffon scarves:
-The two fabrics print differently and we choose which prints to use on which accordingly, the crepe has strong, crisp colours whilst the chiffon is softer and a little washed out, both print details extremely well
-Our chiffon scarves are 120cm squared whilst the crepe are 1m squared, it doesn't sound like that much but it is actually a really big difference, because the colours on the chiffon are more subtle you can wear a really large scarf and it doesn't feel like 'too much'
-Chiffon is quite see through and extremely light, whilst the crepe is more like what you would traditionally think of silk as being
-Chiffon is really nice for summer and won't keep you warm really, the crepe won't keep you that warm either but it offers a little protection
-Print on the chiffon goes all the way through on both sides perfectly whilst one side of the crepe is more washed out, we tried to pick a weight of crepe that felt nice whilst still having the print coming through strong on the other side

So that's it really!

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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby Bobbin.Threadbare » Wed Sep 17, 2014 4:00 pm

Not into silk at all, or leather trims, but I think its great that you're working with family.
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby frogosaurus » Wed Sep 24, 2014 2:31 pm

Unrelated, but what is the awesome leather jacket with the shearling collar?
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Fri Oct 17, 2014 11:04 am

frogosaurus wrote:Unrelated, but what is the awesome leather jacket with the shearling collar?

Sorry man didn't see this until now, it's a super gross fake leather Zara jacket that we bought for the shoot and returned later, it looks nice in the shoot but in reality it is not haha

I've done a little writeup about our wool scarves, we're getting really really close to launch now

Also the name of the collection has been submitted to a last minute revision and is now Terres Inconnues :woop:



Introducing our third and final scarf fabric to be released in the Terres Inconnues collection: a smooth, smart, soft, warm wool twill! This is the most expensive fabric that we print on. The twill weave shows through the print giving the scarves a beautiful texture and natural look which we love, it also smells really nice!

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Our choice of this fabric was inspired by the tales of two polar explorers: Shackleton and Nansen. Shackleton’s expedition to the Antarctic quickly went awry when he and his crew were trapped on an ice floe for over a year. With 5 crew members Shackleton then set out on what would be remembered as one of the greatest feats of survival in history, sailing stormy seas in a makeshift boat and conquering hitherto unexplored mountain ranges to reach aid. Shackleton was remembered by crew members for his inspiring leadership and unbending will.

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The Norwegian Nansen was no less indomitable a character: zoologist, politician and polar explorer he was a true hero in his home country. Before Shackleton went South Nansen went North setting a record latitude in 1893 on skis before being forced to turn back. He survived two winters on the ice with one companion, fighting off polar bears and celebrating Christmas by washing their underpants and wearing them inside out!

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Inspirational men not only for their polar exploits but also their staunch characters. We retell their stories in our printed wool scarves, adorned with portraits, arctic scenery, flora and fauna. The scarves are left with frayed edges for a more robust atmosphere and come in two sizes: large and extremely large! The Nansen design is also being released in a duffel bag. Available November.

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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oldtrailmix » Sat Oct 18, 2014 9:17 pm

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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby Morlin » Sat Oct 18, 2014 9:45 pm

So you sell the items straight through the tumblr site or? really liking the twill scarf, seems like it'd go awesome with this gitman and a Herringbone coat
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I think that it is not. Cowichan, etc., If you prefer a thick knit, how about you? It is cool there is atmosphere!
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Sun Oct 19, 2014 7:56 pm

nothing is for sale yet, we're developing a proper website which is almost ready, we're due to start selling very soon, hopefully this month, but getting everything up and running just takes FOREVER

the website may look a little like THIS B)
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Sun Oct 19, 2014 8:08 pm

@mc-lunar what's wrong with shopify? if you're referring to the fact that it shows up in the browser url, that's going to be changed
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby can- » Sun Oct 26, 2014 12:45 pm

I'll take one of those XL Scarves pls
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby chadnik » Sun Oct 26, 2014 3:04 pm

just love the prints—great eye for the proper size/scale to create an abstract feel while still retaining the character and nature of the themes. also love the oversized nature and the wholehearted support of florals and silks for men. really excited to see these in the shop!
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby ab167 » Sun Oct 26, 2014 4:28 pm

I am a co-owner of dressed.so and also head up the blog and I would be suuuuper interested in doing a profile.

Also I am lusting after that Arctic exploration scarf so hard.
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Tue Oct 28, 2014 11:40 am

chadnik wrote:just love the prints—great eye for the proper size/scale to create an abstract feel while still retaining the character and nature of the themes. also love the oversized nature and the wholehearted support of florals and silks for men. really excited to see these in the shop!

Thanks! I think some people think we have just found a bunch of images and stuck them on scarves, but there is actually a huge amount of design work that has gone into each piece, including radical changes to the colour/composition of old maps and all sorts of other neat things :woop:

ab167 wrote:I am a co-owner of dressed.so and also head up the blog and I would be suuuuper interested in doing a profile.

Also I am lusting after that Arctic exploration scarf so hard.

Glad you like the scarves and this sounds really cool, I'm shooting you a pm
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Thu Nov 06, 2014 2:15 pm

I am super happy to say that website has now launched with a small range of products available to pre order, with all pre orders being sent out on the 12th November, as a reward for pre ordering we'll cover the shipping costs! Over the next month or so we are going to be rolling out LOADS more products which I'll obviously keep you all up to date with, for now have a look at what we've got up and if you browse around the site there's all sorts of info about us, the collection and why we're doing this!

http://www.t-e-f.co.uk

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Also should probably say that everything is EXTREMELY limited, don't think we have more than 6 of any one product.
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Thu Nov 06, 2014 2:44 pm

@heckawheel I agree that postage is annoying but the only way we could 'eat' the postage so to speak would be to add it on to the current price, which wouldn't really make any difference although I suppose it would make the whole process a bit cleaner. We're already taking massive cuts out of our potential markup in order to manufacture in Britain and still sell things at we think is a fair price!
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby chadnik » Thu Nov 06, 2014 3:44 pm

so beautiful!! I can't decide between North and Maria Sybilla. just fantastic. I love the stories/basis for the flintstone.

also just wanted to check—postage covered for preorders to USA as well?
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby yoyobeat » Sat Nov 08, 2014 4:50 pm

The stories are cool. I really like the connect the dots aspect. Nice work in general, keep it up and don't be afraid to send out your link to anyone you admire!
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Wed Nov 12, 2014 9:22 am

5 new silk scarves up on the website, next week we'll be introducing the wool scarves and some longer thinner rectilinear silk scarves. We're shooting our lookbook this Monday and are frantically working on a couple of items for it that I think (hope) the c-t crew will really dig. Pre-orders are over but if you buy something today you will still be able to get free shipping. Here's some pics of the new scarves, including the Violet, which is my personal fav silk square:
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Re: Moloch en Famille

Postby oucho » Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:15 pm

Sorry it feels like all my posts on here are just TEF updates at the moment, it's because we're releasing everything we have made during the last year in about one month :S

Stumbled across this charming shot of Yannick outside Hermes ss15 with a Travail tote bag
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PLUS wool scarves are now online
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you can get a sneak preview of the bags here: http://t-e-f.co.uk/blogs/news/18138827-bags-on-the-way

and here is an ultra secret care-tags exclusive obscure sneak preview of something we are working on
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