The Sponsor Spotlight – February 2015
We’ve been up and running for a little under four years now, and over this time have helped millions of people both learn more about raw denim and make smarter purchases. Most of the time we receive all of the credit, but in reality we wouldn’t be able to do what we do without the support of our sponsors.
With this in mind, we’re kicking off a new monthly series, the Sponsor Spotlight, that sheds light on the latest news about brands, companies, and people that help us make it happen. The next time you’re purchasing any type of clothing or just looking into a new brand, we hope you’ll keep these fine folks in mind.
2015 is shaping up to a busy year for Japanese denim specialists, Okayama Denim. Fresh off a website design overhaul, they’ll soon be unveiling an exclusive, limited edition Momotaro Workshirt riddled with all the right details: triple chain stitched seams, garment-dyed fabric with natural indigo, and soft wooden buttons.
For more information, go to: Okayama Denim
Williamsburg Garment Company
Brooklyn-based denim brand, Williamsburg Garment Company, have been quietly developing offerings for an underserved segment of denim customers – women, and big and tall men – and plan to launch a crowd-fund campaign to fuel some of the production. They’ll have their Autumn/Winter 2015 collection on display at the Capsule Show next week in Las Vegas. Expect to see a few new fabrics in existing fits from them too:
- Black/black Selvedge in the Grand Street and S 2nd Street Jeans
- 14.75 oz Selvedge Button-Fly in the Grand Street and S 2nd Street Jeans
- Black and Indigo stretch in the Hope St Jeans
- Stretch in Grand Street Jeans
For more information, go to: Williamsburg Garment Company
Rivet & Hide
Denim purveyors, Rivet & Hide, continue to beef up their indigo collection with the release of the the Linen Workshirt, Boro Patchwork Shirt, and Henley from Pure Blue Japan. Over the next eleven months, we’ll see R&H debut four exciting collaborations with renowned makers, 3sixteen, Real Japan Blues, Pure Blue Japan, and Viberg Boots.
For more information, go to: Rivet & Hide
Boasting a selection that spans 50+ of the best heritage and denim brands around, Germany’s Cultizm marches through the New Year with several new, notable offerings. Aside from now carrying the classic 1970’s Converse Black Hi-Top and Ox Parchment Low Top, they’ve also teamed up with compatriots, Merz b. Schwanen, on two exclusive and limited edition Henley shirts that are available in army green and ink blue.
For more information, go to: Cultizm
Railcar Fine Goods
Not much has changed as of late for Railcar Fine Goods, and for good reason too. Aside from now offering an even firmer holding pomade, they’ve been busily settling into their new, all-in-one space in Monrovia, CA. Don’t forget about their latest cut for women that they recently debuted too, the Viper X021, and their brick & mortar retail shop, The Grand Station.
For more information, go to: Railcar Fine Goods