Posts tagged denim.

rogueterritory:

Putting some finishing touches on a prototype black Japanese selvedge denim jacket.

anchordivision:

Selected Denim // Indicode - Selvedge Denim Give-Away
Anchor Division and Indicode are doing a Selvedge Denim (2 Pairs) Give-away from their upcoming Fall / Winter Release. I have added a few additional pictures here. A brief description of the denim. The Selvedge Denim is a 13.5oz that were spun in 30” vintage shuttle looms. These are the “3 Month Wash” Denim. More unique styles of denim are in under wraps. Two lucky winners will be announced within the next few days and will be given a pair to their size. I myself grabbed a pair and had them tailored (shortened). They’re a high quality denim that i highly recommend.
To enter the contest, simply “LIKE” both of these pages and share this post / reblog.
Anchor Division
Indicode Denim
Good luck to everyone.

anchordivision:

Selected Denim // Indicode - Selvedge Denim Give-Away

Anchor Division and Indicode are doing a Selvedge Denim (2 Pairs) Give-away from their upcoming Fall / Winter Release. I have added a few additional pictures here. A brief description of the denim. The Selvedge Denim is a 13.5oz that were spun in 30” vintage shuttle looms. These are the “3 Month Wash” Denim. More unique styles of denim are in under wraps. Two lucky winners will be announced within the next few days and will be given a pair to their size. I myself grabbed a pair and had them tailored (shortened). They’re a high quality denim that i highly recommend.

To enter the contest, simply “LIKE” both of these pages and share this post / reblog.

Good luck to everyone.

"It is impossible to improve what one makes without spending the time everyday to master what one does, turning ones profession into a craft. The denim technicians at Edwin are true craftsmen, as their commitment and attention to the product is unquestionably what makes the Edwin product stand out from the mass of denim available within the market today. Whilst this remains ‘production’, the working philosophy remains closer to a greatly more efficient and productive Artisanal method." (via F R E E / M A N - Journal - Atlas Edition 048)