“I realized how much larger the denim community was through Instagram and I really liked being able to talk to so many different people about their experiences with different brands, fits, material, and techniques.”
“I was just kind of a lurker for a while. Then I thought I’d start contributing a bit to the community. From there, it turned into a fun blog of sorts where I could track my own style evolution.”
Lars got into denim after watch Jack Nicholson as McMurphy in Cuckoo’s Nest wearing the most effortlessly cool mid-century outfit. Here’s his story.
Lucas Fitzpatrick aka @lucaszfitz on Instagram got into denim when he and few friends built a start-up workwear shop a couple years ago. Here’s his story.
Greg Tamura aka The Denim Hound runs a denim blog next to his actor/director career. Genuinely cool dude. And he’s this week’s Blue Blooded Instagrammer. Here’s his story.
Blue Blooded Instagrammer, Edd aka @eddenim got into the raw denim scene when he was looking for well-fitting jeans. Here’s his story.
Katrina Rodabaugh is not the typical denimhead you’ll read about in this Q&A series. But her book, Mending Matters, makes her a true blue blooded Instagrammer.
I haven’t featured that many Blue Blooded ladies in denim (yet) in this Q&A series. So here’s the one and only Bryce Pizano aka @heypizano aka the head lady behind Okay Denim Co.
Sascha is a German Momotaro-fan with a wife that takes great pictures of him and his gear. Great enough to make me want to hear his story, so here it is.