Ben Sherman EC1 Chino packaging

July 31st, 2012 by retail design blog

“Ben Sherman has made Clerkenwell, EC1 it’s home for the last ten years. We love this little enclave of creativity, nestled between the buzz and bright lights of the West End and the artistic, gentrified but charmingly disheveled and industrial East. This is the reason we are here and why we continue to be inspired. The EC1 Chino was born out of this area, and as such we decided we’d like to share 200 pairs with our likeminded neighbours.”

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One thought on “Ben Sherman EC1 Chino packaging

  1. kole says:

    What incredibly packaging. Wish more places worried about packaging like this. I’m sure my Old Navy jeans would feel a lot cooler coming out of a package like this.

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