Wouter Munnichs has been working with denim since the early 90s. And since 2011, he’s been blogging about it at Long John. Here he answers my Q&A.
Being active on Instagram since 2012, Jaesung Lee has built an impressive following of denimheads. Here’s his story.
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.
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.
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.
@sirjoms has quickly built a name for himself in the denim community on Instagram with his beautiful shots of his faded Iron Heart jeans, Red Wing boots, and Filson bags. Here’s the story behind the feed.
In this week’s Q&A with a ‘blue blooded’ Instagrammer, you’ll meet Sweden’s @indigovein aka Alexander Ohlson who’s a fan of shopping locally and Japanese cinch back jeans.
It’s tough to keep up with the constant evolution of denim. This blog post guides you through 27 of the most important recent denim innovations.
When you know how the defining features have evolved, you can build better narratives about the jeans you’re selling by putting them into a bigger picture.
Levi’s. Lee and Wrangler invented the modern conception of jeans. Over a span of more than 100 years, each inspired a boom in denim as the definitive clothing of youth, leisure and fashion.