Back in 1972, Earl Beard started manufacturing painter pants and carpenter pants for a Brooklyn overall company in a small sewing shop in the heart of Texas, USA. More than 40 years on, Stan Ray - named after Earl’s youngest son, is still family-run and centred in Crockett, Texas, working in unison with the brand’s Australian division to make clothes designed for movement, with minimum fuss and maximum practicality.
The Daisy Mae is based on a WW2 era hat which went by the same name. Its practical and durable nature helped to shield troops’ heads and eyes from the sun, preventing heat-related illnesses and glare. The Daisy Mae was introduced in a green herringbone twill in 1941 to replace the denim version issued in the 1930s.
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