Sep 05, 2017 | By Sara Radin
It would be most vintage lover’s waking dream to find an entire warehouse of vintage clothing that was never worn, so it is interesting that the abandoned Lebow Clothing Factory in Baltimore Maryland was discovered by urban explorers who care more about the decrepit old building than the racks of clothing. Since the warehouse was abandoned some time in the ‘80s the suits and coats made there haven’t exactly been stored in a temperature-controlled environment. But moth and sun damage aside, the abandoned factory is a haunting look into the old world of tailoring. For more on the abandoned Lebow Clothing Factory check out the recent story on Kempt as well as an urban explorer’s own album.
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