In 1891, brothers Moses and Caesar Cone took their great names to the game of business and started a denim mill in Greensboro, North Carolina, they would call it White Oak Cone Mill.
“Food helps us to stay connected to each other in a more personable way without phones and all the other things that disconnect us from having one-on-one interactions with each other.”
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.
Female denim designers have been stepping it up in the past ten years; heading design at powerhouses like Guess, Paige, Citizens of Humanity, and MiH. With the introduction of elastin, the man’s world of workwear blew away and it was obvious that there was a hole that female designers have been more than happy to fill. Why?
Introducing Doublewood Denim, a San Francisco based denim brand with a strong focus in minimal, but intricate details. […]
It’s time for the denim jacket to come back into full force as our outer layer of choice […]
In 2014, denim veteran Michael Press partnered with designer Elie Tahari to launch a new premium denim and casual […]