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69 Doll, Small (Undressed)

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69 Doll, Small (Undressed)

Price: $50

Made by hand, these dolls are soft and flexible, but with a certain weight to them. Their blank faces express a certain universality. Approximately 12"-12.5" tall (stand not included).

Please note: Your doll may come in one of the following colors: Light Stonewash, Medium Stonewash, or Dark Denim. Your doll may be clothed in a dress, pants, or shirt.

69 Doll, Large (Dressed)

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69 Doll, Large (Dressed)

Price: $150

Made by hand, these dolls are soft and flexible, but with a certain weight to them. Their blank faces express a certain universality. Approximately 18"-18.5" tall (stand not included).

Please note: Your doll may come in one of the following colors: Light Stonewash, Medium Stonewash, or Dark Denim. Your doll may be clothed in a dress, pants, or shirt.

69 Doll, Large (Undressed)

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69 Doll, Large (Undressed)

Price: $80

Made by hand, these dolls are soft and flexible, but with a certain weight to them. Their blank faces express a certain universality. Approximately 18"-18.5" tall (stand not included).

Please note: Your doll may come in one of the following colors: Light Stonewash, Medium Stonewash, or Dark Denim. 

69 Cocoon Dress, Medium Blue

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69 Cocoon Dress, Medium Blue

Price: $350

Oversized dress or top, depending on your height and take on this versatile piece. Taken from the classic cocoon silhouette, it's rounded all over, in a lightweight denim. Two side pockets. Unisex.

69 Poet Jacket, Medium Blue

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69 Poet Jacket, Medium Blue

Price: $350

Romance meets practicality. A cropped jacket with poet sleeves. Soft cotton denim. Shirting detail across the back. Zip front, and front pockets. Unisex.

69 is designed and produced entirely in Los Angeles, CA. Primarily unisex, the collection is one of those special lines that is unplaceable—no time, no style, and no trend can identify it. The designer (anonymous by choice) is interested in the wearer, and how they wear. The clothes move with you, on the body and from place to place. Such ideas need time to expand and evolve; the collections are small and often explore a minimum number of fabrics in multiple styles. They appear simple, but are deceptive in how easily they fall.