Even the well-informed raw denim lover might occasionally pick a pair of jeans off the rack and ask, “Why are these over $400?” The answer, usually, if the fabric has an extra-nuanced look to it, is that it was hank-dyed: an artisanal dyeing process that often involves dunking handfuls of thread by hand.
Hank-dyeing or kasezome dyeing is much sought-after among denim connoisseurs, but oftentimes the price-tag can be prohibitive, even compared to typical high-end Japanese fare. Luckily for you, ONI has developed a new 16 oz. natural indigo denim that gives off the look and hand of kasezome, but at a more palatable price-point.
Their already-stubby fabrics pair well with this natural indigo rope-dyeing, which actually allows fades that hank-dyeing just can’t match. Available in two jeans and one jacket, you can get your natural indigo fix no matter your style preference.
Available from $360 at Blue in Green