The overalls appeared almost formal in the city. They wore them throughout the day, in the studio or out to dinner with friends. The interior held visions of salt licks, blue teeth from mulberries, Mane and Tail shampoo, and long lines of corn fields that would make your eyes stutter, as you watched them flutter past through car windows. They wore them to have the possibility of laying down to dream at all times of day. The crickets were loud in the country, and at night hearing everything alive helped them sleep.
The Duchamp Overalls are made of a sturdy cotton twill, with traditional overall pocketing on the front and back of the garment. Unmarked brass hardware elements comprise rivets, fastens, and shank buttons. Interior pockets and seams are lined with black silk charmeuse.
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