In issue 290 of Sportswear International, you’ll find a 10-page article about my ten favourite denim stores. Here are Henrik Brund’s original answers to a Q&A I used for my research to write about the store he opened in 2004, Brund.
In this blog post, you’ll meet 10 of the Indigo Invitational Fade Competition contestants from Southeast Asia. These profiles are required reading for fade fanatics.
On October 18, 2019, issue 290 of Sportswear International was published. In it, you’ll find a 10-page article about my ten favourite denim stores. Here are Menno van Meurs of Tenue de Nîmes’ original answers to a Q&A I used for my research.
In this episode of The Denim & Boots Podcast, Thomas talk to Pete and Tony from Tellason about choosing ‘made in Japan’ denim after White Oak closed.
In this episode, Jake and I interview W. David Marx, the author of Ametora, to talk about how Japan has saved American style and influenced fashion in general.
Nick Clements has been living and documenting ‘revival’ and heritage style for more than four decades. In this interview, he shares his experiences, including the role Japan has had.
We are again joined by Lennaert from Benzak Denim Developers. This time, we dig a little deeper to learn more about what it’s like to make jeans in Japan.
On this episode, Jake and I are joined by Lennaert from Benzak Denim Developers to talk about his denim passion and why the details of jeans matter.
“I remember having bruises on my hips because I wore them daily while commuting to work on my bike, haha! 927 wears and counting. Absolutely love the pair!”
Joining us once again is boot reviewer, Carl Murawski. For this second episode in a batch recording (the first was episode #20), we’re talking about the state of influencers on the heritage style scene.