Studio D’artisan Uses Three Twills for One Denim Jacket
It might not be here just yet, but with warm weather just around the bend, it’s time to figure out what you’re going to be wearing once you hang up the down parka and wool watch cap. Studio D’Artisan never sleeps — especially in the denim department — so you already know they’ve got just the piece to fulfill your springtime outer layer needs, one with an indigo-heavy twist.
The new 12oz. Triple Textile Denim Jacket is light enough to wear all spring, but still gives you plenty of denim protection (and fade potential). It’s cut from a proprietary SDA unsanforized Japanese denim that features right-hand twill, left-hand twill, and broken twill, all woven into one epic denim “Triple Textile,” making for some interesting patterns that will shine through with wear.
Each jacket features original SDA buttons, copper rivets just like the old days, and a stamped deerskin leather patch, then they wrap it up in a slim, modern-fitting package and washing it once to remove the majority of the shrinkage. Your friends might not get why this is so cool, but you certainly will.
Available for $240 at Okayama Denim.