Born in the 1920s in Texas, Farah got its start making workwear and combat pants for G.I.s, even earning the Army-Navy “E” Award for its contributions to WWII equipment production. Following the war, the brand became popular in the UK, eventually becoming a prized commodity among mods and fashion hipsters in the ’80s. Today, the brand embraces its heritage while continuing to reject formality and conformity. In the Farah Vintage line, the brand digs through their rich archives and updates the looks for the today’s man.
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