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The (di)vision and Won Hundred capsule is giving deadstock denim a second life

By Allyson Shiffman
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(Di)vision’s beloved split bomber is getting a denim facelift by way of a collaboration with Won Hundred. The two Copenhagen-based brands have linked up on a capsule collection of patchwork denim, over shirts and, yes, their iconic bomber jackets that are sure to be scooped up by supermodels and cool kids alike, as soon as they release them this Thursday.


Despite the brands being born over a decade apart – Won Hundred was founded in 2004 by Nikolaj Nielsen and (di)vision by siblings Simon and Nanna Wick in 2018 – there is a palpable synergy between them. Both exude authenticity and an aesthetic ease, and are driven by materials, “Simon and I both share a strong passion for creating and working with fabrics that can be offered a new life. Denim is one of those fabrics,” Nielsen explains, “With denim, you are able to really change and create something new depending on how you treat it.”

Photo: Maria Thornfeldt