In the third and final episode of our collaboration with Long john and Soorty, we see how the jeans go through the laundry processes to recreate our fades.
In the second episode of our 3-part mini-documentary about how to recreate fades in a more sustainable way at Soorty’s NASDA lab, we make the jeans.
Back in November, Wouter Munnichs and I visited Soorty’s NASDA innovation lab in Turkey to recreate our own worn-in jeans in the most sustainable way possible.
Self Edge is an authority in the raw denim scene. Here’s the Q&A I did with founder Kiya Babzani for the article I wrote for Sportswear International.
Rivet & Hide is one of the world’s finest ‘rare denim’ retailers. Here’s the Q&A I did with co-founder Danny Hodgson as part of the research for the ‘top 10 denim stores’ article I wrote for issue #289 of Sportswear International.
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.
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.
During the Bluezone show in January, Ruedi Karrer aka the Swiss Jeans Freak from the Jeans Museum and I walked through our collab denim exhibition, which highlighted how denim’s past has inspired innovation.
Martin Schaefer is a denim sourcing specialist. He knows how to make “cheap” jeans and in this video interview from Bluezone he explains the process, and why they might not be as low quality as the price suggests.
I’ve known Piero Turk for years, but I never really heard his story. We sat down at Munich Fabric Start’s Bluezone show in September to discuss how he ended up in denim, and how denim’s has changed since he did.