While every denimhead on the planet is in Amsterdam for Denim Days, here’s a curated selection of stuff I’ve seen and saved over the past couple of weeks.
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.
I’m quite enjoying doing these recaps of what I see and really dig on Instagram. Here’s the third instalment in the series.
Instagram is full of great denim stuff. Here’s a selection of recent posts that I really like. It’s the blog post first in what will probably be a new series.
Jerry’s favourite jeans are the 1947 501XX. “It looks a lot like the 501 we have nowadays, but with a slightly baggier fit and rockabilly look.”
In this episode, Jake and I are joined by Ben Woodhouse aka @clobbercalm. We talk about Ben closing his store and what he’s up to next, which leads us to a discussion about online vs. brick and mortar retail.
In this in-depth review, I take a close look at why Second Sunrise in Stockholm is one of Scandinavia’s best denim destinations.
As a graphic designer, Nick Williams has been responsible for recreating on-product visuals for Levi’s Vintage Clothing. His experience and passion for branded visuals led him to publish the book Denim Branded in 2018. Here’s how he got there.
In this history of jeans overview part 3, you’ll learn how vintage denim broke through the mainstream, plus how to tell the story when you’re selling.
We’re spending more money on jeans, but are we buying the “right” jeans? These 4 jeans buying priorities will help you buy the right jeans, every time.