You may have heard of Nudie Jeans incredible commitment to responsibility in denim. But are you aware of the Kings Of Indigo? Founder Tony Tonnaer’s vision has been clear from the beginning – to create sustainable and responsibly made products without undercutting quality and modern flare.
The intellectualism, philosophy and counter culture of the Beats may have fallen to the wayside, but we can thank them for giving us an easy-going style that continues to remain current.
In under a year, lifelong friends Jeffrey Lee, Robin Chan and Jade Lam wove their denim dreams into a reality by forming the up-and-coming denim workshop, Doublewood Denim. They have teamed up with Vancouver think tank International Design Collective on a limited batch of raw selvedge denim.
The birthplace of blue jeans, the main hub for the American poetic avant-garde in the 1940s, and currently the haven for tech savants and creative agencies – San Francisco. We chatted with Jeffrey Lee of Doublewood Denim to find out more about the city that inspires all these artistic and intellectual leaps.
Vancouver designer Angela McGrath recently caught our eye with her striking and intelligent line of fine leather products. Operating under the name Epoche Designs, she has ventured into uncharted territory in the booming handbag industry.
dutil.’s annual showcase of the country’s most jaw-dropping faded jeans didn’t disappoint denim heads in Vancouver and Toronto.
The pegged jean is a perfect way to rock a pair of old bootcuts, straight-legs, or any looser fitting jeans.
Look out for extra large cuffs, denim on denim and bleached jeans this season.
Forget about all of those other DIY alterations that have gone horribly, HORRIBLY wrong. This denim DIY is a sure-fire, idiot-proof way to give your old jeans new life.