The Osaka Five are the pioneers of Japanese and heritage denim; they laid the foundation for an internationally renowned industry. This is their story.
In this 4th part of my series about the history of jeans, you’ll learn how the Japanese built a cult around Americana, which evolved into heritage fashion.
The Berlin trade show industry is in a state of flux. Berliner Frank B. Halfar reports about the lay of the land and has qualified guesses about the future.
The near obsessive following EVISU have garnered since their inception in 1991 has been down to their equally obsessive attention to detail when making jeans. Much in the same way the finest Cuban cigars don’t leave Cuba and the most prized Caribbean rum is kept by the locals, to see Japanese denim of this quality […]