Our editors have harvested their favourite picks for Fall/Winter 2016 at dutil. We’re proud to present our curated list of Fall essentials for men and women from our favourite brands from across the world.
We’ve scoured wedding blogs, pinterest boards and photography sites to put together our favourite wedding denim looks from the past year – pick up some ideas and product recommendations from our roundup.
We recently reached out to some of our female friends breaking in raw jeans. We wanted to get their thoughts on anything from the wear process, to the fit and feel of their chosen jeans.
Last week, we introduced you to dutil. Toronto’s Kintsugi program (soon to be available in Vancouver) and the remarkable stories that worn jeans divulge. Our friends at Nudie Jeans shared a similar compelling anecdote about how the honeycombs, rips and general atari on a pair of raw denim can identify the actions (and in this case, the crimes) of the wearer.
Our Toronto location recently launched the Kintsugi Program which elevates worn denim to objet d’art status. Our Store Manager Tyler Nelson explains to us how we extend the life of previously worn premium denim, why we’ve named this custom-made line after the Japanese art of repairing with gold and how you can be a part of this unique and sustainable endeavour.
If you can’t take the heat, stay out of that heavy denim – we look at our favourite lightweight jeans and denim alternatives for the summer.
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.