FreeMen by Mickey represents the evolution of the masculine silhouette. Free from restraint. Free to express one's self. Free of limitations. Designed by fashion stylist, Mickey Freeman, FreeMen garments are meticulously crafted for the 'citizen of the world', with a genderless approach. FreeMen utility kilts are the essential add on to any trouser or bold statement piece for the brave soul who chooses to wear them pant-less. Inspired by history, but driven by the future, FreeMen is not a 'label', but the offspring of a vision of a utopian world without them. A world in which cultural, racial, and religious lines are blurred. A world in which one thing is certain, "We are FREE".
As featured in GQ Magazine Portugal and Kaltblut Magazine in Germany, FreeMen by Mickey’s Utility Kilt Line is carving out a niche in the fashion industry because of its structural rigidity, that somehow retains its movement. Fashionable, convenient, and durable. Made with heavyweight woven 100% cotton and currently available in beautiful black denim, camo, sky blue denim, leopard printed denim, and navy blue denim. The name FreeMen is actually a portmanteau that encompasses its profound belief in that every human being should experience freedom, true freedom in their lifetime. FreeMen by Mickey is the exterior manifestation of what Mickey believes should ultimately come from within Everyone, Everywhere, Everyday.
The "Through The Wormhole" collection by Freemen By Mickey represents the link between the future and the past. A warped link in the chain of events mankind knows as the space/time continuum; which oddly serves as our strength, and only hope for survival. To reverse the imminent extinction level event of year 2114. The traditional Scottish kilt is reimagined and reworked, not to be a mere garment, but a meta-universal vessel. Earth is now but a dystopian wasteland long ravaged by the self inflicted onslaught of fossil fuels. Our only salvation lies in the kilts metallic grommets, only through which time travel is possible. The space from A to B becoming sharply pleated like the garments themselves, proving inspiration is like time and space, a repetitive loop.