The trend cannot be stopped. American heritage clothing- an almost endless array of small labels and brands that produced top quality day wear – continues to grab the attention of the international market looking for fresher classic silhouettes to sell into their markets. B.D. Baggies looks to be the latest label to receive the re-introduction treatment. As reported by men.style, "W.P. Lavori—the same folks responsible for the Daiki Suzuki-helmed reintroduction of Woolrich Woolen Mills—which is bringing it back to the U.S. next spring. What to expect: washed poplin and oxford button-front shirts, and impossibly soft tees and hoodies, all designed by David Mullen, the man behind Save Khaki."