Strength developed through the hunt describes how men in The Great Depression survived. For those few that had it all the great depression was seemingly missed. Inflated egos and machismo paved the way for the men of the time. If you could break the law to fill a need then you made sure you didn't get caught. Feed your family, feed yourself, and make it to tomorrow.
Out of this time came some of the most developmental silhouettes that today are still worn by men all over the world. Style in the 1930's was more than just clothing it was sometimes the only thing a man had after having lost it all. Within clothing sat his confidence, his image, and his ego; all extremely important when facing hard times.
This collection explores the background of these men who were sometimes rich and sometimes poor; sometimes law abiding and other times criminals.