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Shockoe Atelier Fall/Winter 2015 Core Denim Fabrics

Featured above in their Old Boy fit, the

Featured above in their Old Boy fit, Shockoe Atelier's "Black" denim is sourced from Kuroki Mills, weighs in at 10.5 oz, and offers a 2% stretch.

Also pictured in their Old Boy fit and lending some stretch, the

Also pictured in their Old Boy fit and lending a 2% stretch, the "Stretch" fabric is a 12 oz. dark indigo selvedge denim sourced from Candiani Mills.

The 13 oz.

The 13 oz. "Como" dark indigo selvedge denim also originates from Candiani Mills, but with a tinted weft and no stretch. Shown above in the Slim Six fit.

With a silver caste and slubby texture, the 14.5 oz.

With a silver caste and slubby texture, the 14.5 oz. "Kojima" selvedge denim originates from Japan's Collect Mills and is shown here in their Slim Six fit.

Patch detail on the Black.

Patch detail on the Black.

Closeup look at the

Closeup look at the Stretch's selvedge ID, alongside FEIT's Hairy Suede Double Stitchdown boot.

Back pocket with smaller inset pocket on the

Back pocket with smaller inset pocket on the Kojima.

Better look at the Como's selvedge ID and tinted weft, coupled with FEIT's Hairy Suede Double Stitchdown boot.

Better look at the Como's selvedge ID and tinted weft, coupled with FEIT's Hairy Suede Double Stitchdown boot.

We might just be a little past the half-way mark of 2015, but to say Richmond, VA’s Shockoe has had an interesting year so far would be a big understatement. Founded in 2012, the brand launched with an exclusive focus on crafting denim jeans with a clean, modern aesthetic and community-driven approach. Fast forward to the beginning of 2015 and we see Shockoe not only offer up a whole new collection of shirting and outerwear for Autumn/Winter 2015, but also sunset the “Shockoe Denim” name only to give birth to “Shockoe Atelier“.

But hey, just because Shockoe Denim is a name of the past, don’t think they’ve forgotten their roots. In anticipation of the cooler temperatures ahead, we’re introduced to four new, core fabrics that are slated to hit shelves across all of their fits in September.

On the lighter end is the 10.5 oz. Kuroki Mills-sourced “Black” denim, woven with a 2% stretch and retailing for $225.00. Slightly heavier are two dark indigo selvedge denims from Italy’s Candiani Mills; the “Stretch” weighing in at 12 oz. with 2% stretch, the “Como” a 13 oz. with tinted weft, and both priced at $25.000. Lastly is the 14.5 oz. Collect Mills “Kojima” selvedge denim; boasting a slubby texture and silver caste, and available for $275.00.

We’re planning to review one of these four fabrics in the near future, so feel free to sound off in the comments below if there’s a specific denim you’d like us to highlight. For more information on Shockoe Atelier, head over to their website.