“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.”
Victor aka @selvedge1 talks about how he takes his amazing photos, and how he doesn’t feel guilty anymore for not posting every day.
In a new series, I go behind the scenes of denim destinations from around the world and discuss why they are worth travelling to. The series kicks off with a review of stuf|f – fine goods.
In this seventh instalment in the Blue Blooded Q&A series, you’ll meet Andreas aka @vonabiszett who’s just crossed the magical 10k barrier! Congrats buddy! ?
Kiya Babzani and his wife Demitra were some of the first to bring Japanese denim to the US. Before the store opened in 2006, Kiya visited a number of Japanese brands and got the exclusive rights on sales in the United States.
“Some were just confused,” he recalls. “They said, ‘But you have Levi’s in America. Why do you want what we make?’”
Cotton evolved a lot in the previous decades: production, genetics, etc. It may even disappear as the natural fibre we know in most clothing.