San Francisco-based Doublewood denim hooks up with Canada’s International Design Collective (IDC). The results are pure gold.
Kiriko Made is a Portland-based brand that unites American and Japanese denim cultures. Recently, they launched these jeans that feature a clever detail.
Back in February, the Denimhunters found themselves in London to celebrate the 150th anniversary of one of the worlds leading hat makers, Stetson.
Despite being developed in a relatively short time, The Low Show was mostly a success. However, this one aspect was disappointing for everyone involved.
By using a different outsole, a simpler derby construction, and tonal stitching, Red Wing was made their Foreman Chukka more formal while keeping it rugged.
The Bread & Butter management has announced the details of its attempt to revamp and revive the once so popular event. Find out what to expect here.
Denimhunters goes NSFW to bring you this short tale of Brit Eaton giving us a glimpse into his search for the rarest of the rare denim.
Jacket Required is a great small-scale show and hotspot to discover new denim trends. We look at ENDRIME, Akkadenim, Made by Scrub, and Blue Collar Worker.
Paul Travi explores the Blueprint area at Amsterdam’s Modefabriek trade show to spot denim trends for A/W 2015 from brands like Denham and Facing West.
The denim that went into the R400 Jeans helped take Red Cloud Co out of the shadow of Chinese stereotypes. It has now been mixed up and twisted.
The Selvedge Run has the possibility to become a platform for the changing shape of Heritage. Find out more about it from co-founder Andreas Becker.
Amsterdam has a new trade show, The Low Show. Jeroen de Wal met the organiser, Kenneth Jaworski, to find out more about the ideas behind it.