We took a look at how the denim industry is gradually returning to natural dyeing techniques and paying homage to communities traditionally steeped in indigo production.
We caught up with internationally acclaimed bartender Shaun Layton in the latest edition of the Weathered Project – see the evolution of Shaun’s Imogene + Willie Barton Slims and find out how Juniper is part of a wave of restaurants transforming Vancouver’s Chinatown.
The good people at Imogene + Willie put together the gorgeous short film, “summertime ride” that shows the versatile and durable qualities of their denim and the timelessness of their designs.
The denim experts at Nudie broke down the traits of each denim weight class for us – find out which ounce quality suits your lifestyle and patience threshold.
Our friends Lindsay and Tegan from the Vancouver lifestyle blog Treasures and Travels did a fantastic piece on capsule wardrobes last month, featuring our essential women’s denim and signature organic T-shirts. Find out what their favourite pieces were here.
Back in September of 2015, we started the first chapter of the Weathered Project with an introduction to Mitch Kirilo, Gastown Tattoo Parlour artist and owner. Over the past four months, Mitch journeyed around the country in his sturdy Tellasons – we’re interested to learn how he (and his winter armour) fared over the Winter.
Sometimes in January it’s like we have to remind the weather that it already had it’s chance at winter, it should be over by now. But always, the temperatures drop and the rain becomes relentless, but if we’re after one glimpse of joy it’s that this is the best time of the season to start breaking in a new pair of raw denim.