On the ninth episode of The Denim and Boots Podcast, Jake and I talk about the different types of chinos and trousers, as well as the fabrics they’re usually made from.
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Lars got into denim after watch Jack Nicholson as McMurphy in Cuckoo’s Nest wearing the most effortlessly cool mid-century outfit. Here’s his story.
In this episode of The Denim & Boots Podcast, Jake and I talk about leather, how it’s made, and the types of leather that’re used for boots and jackets.
With raw denim’s spread from niches to masses, several myths about raw denim care have taken hold in the public conscious. As a result, you might be getting really bad advice about how to best take care of your jeans.
This member resource discusses why these 4 raw denim care myths aren’t totally busted: soaking in vinegar, tumble drying, dry cleaning, and the bathtub soak.
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.
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.
The Netherlands has a thriving denim community. Here are 23 feeds run by Dutch denimheads you should follow.
The Q&As with Blue Blooded Instagrammers are a great way to really get to know some of the people I’ve come to know through Instagram. Now, I’m expanding my focus with another Instagram series of curated and categorised lists of feeds that I think you should follow. We start with the ladies in denim.
Jess Murray is not your average denim dudette. She has a very particular sense of style, and she has her own brand. In this Q&A, she lays it all out.
Levi’s. Lee and Wrangler invented the modern conception of jeans. Over a span of more than 100 years, each inspired a boom in denim as the definitive clothing of youth, leisure and fashion.
When you’re selling jeans, you’re selling history! That’s why it’s crucial to know at least the key facts of the history of jeans when you work with denim and jeans. And that’s what this blog post teaches.
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
In this in-depth review, I take a close look at why Second Sunrise in Stockholm is one of Scandinavia’s best denim destinations.