When it comes to how jeans, there are two fit trends that’re dominating the market right now. At Bluezone in January, I talked to a handful of experts about these two trends. Watch the video to find out what they are.
Haman Alimardani aka Hamansutra is a sewing machinist, a master tailor, and a design director. I met him at Bluezone in January where he was showing a few of his vintage sewing machines and his latest collaborations, including his homage to Levi Strauss.
We’ve already had a couple Blue Blooded Q&As with some of the denimheads I met at Amsterdam Denim Days. And here’s one with video!
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.
Ruedi Karrer is an institution in the world of faded jeans. But there’s more to the man than denim evolution. In this interview from Bluezone, Wouter Munnichs and I uncovered things about Ruedi’s story that you might not know.
At the most recent edition of the Selvedge Run trade show in Berlin, I asked a handful of guys why they go to the show and what makes it special.
Classic blue jeans have five pockets. Three on the front, two on the back. This preview of a Denim 101 lesson gives a brief introduction to jeans pockets.
Christina Agtzidou is a denim enthusiast. She works at a high street jeans maker and retailer. So how does she put her denim passion into “commercial” jeans?
Rivets are a key defining feature of blue jeans. They were introduced in the early 1870s as a simple and durable solution to an urgent need for durability. In this video guide, I explain the origins of rivets.
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.