Being active on Instagram since 2012, Jaesung Lee has built an impressive following of denimheads. Here’s his story.
MOST RECENT POSTS
In the fourth episode of The Denim & Boots Podcast, Jake and I talk about the jackets that we (and other denimheads) often wear with our jeans and boots.
I’ve wanted to start podcasting for a couple of years. Here’s the story of how I finally got there and launched The Denim & Boots Podcast together with Jake from Almost Vintage Style.
When you wear raw denim for months without washing it, you often wear out the denim much quicker than what you might expect.
After a lot of trial and error, I discovered that I could make my raw denim last longer AND get great fades with this super simple denim care trick.
In this second episode in the series about how denim is made, you’ll learn how yarn is made in the spinning process of denim production. I also discuss the pros and cons of ring spinning vs. open-end spinning and why denimheads prefer ring-spun denim.
In this fourth episode in the series about how denim is made, you’ll learn how denim is woven and why denimheads prefer shuttle-loomed denim.
This second episode in the series about how jeans are made teaches the cutting and sewing steps of making jeans, and discusses the 3 most debated aspects of sewing jeans.
Iron Heart is not like most denim brands. It’s traditional but at the same time modern. It’s super heavy yet comfortable. And it’s got some of the most loyal fans in the world of denim, the #ironheartarmy. I’ve talked to 22 of them to find what it is that makes the brand special.
I haven’t featured that many Blue Blooded ladies in denim (yet) in this Q&A series. So here’s the one and only Bryce Pizano aka @heypizano aka the head lady behind Okay Denim Co.
In this part 2 of my history of jeans overview, you’ll learn how ‘designer jeans’ broke through the mainstream, plus how to tell the story when you’re selling.
In this 4th part of my series about the history of jeans, you’ll learn how the Japanese built a cult around Americana, which evolved into heritage fashion.
Storytelling is a great way to get your customer excited about what you’re selling and to demonstrate your competency. The hard part is not telling the story, it’s how you tie it together with the specific features and benefits of what you’re selling. That’s what this article helps you do.
DENIM DESTINATIONS and BRAND PROFILES
Continuing my series about global denim destinations that’re worth travelling to, this review takes a closer at Standard & Strange in Oakland.