Paul's first experience with raw denim was at the age of 10 when his parents purchased him a pair of raw Lee Jeans. After many years, he found the very same pair of jeans in the U.S. and since then his interest in denim became a passion. Now based in Holland, Paul is constantly researching and experimenting with the amazing fabric.
Drawing inspiration from his grandfather's gold mine journey in the 19th century, Pace Jeans was founded in 2003 by Klas Erixon and his wife, Cecilia.
In 2013, Lee Jeans, Wolverine, and Long-John organized one of the most remarkable denim events of the year - the "Lee Jeans Dry Denim Survival Weekend".
An exclusive interview with Denham's founder, Jason Denham, and visit to their headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Originally founded in 1930 as a tailoring shop then uniform manufacturer, Pike Brothers now operates as a menswear label focused on vintage workwear.
A worn-in pair of BIG JOHN M106D-000K with slim tapered fit and faux-slub fabric are featured in Fade Friday after 10 months wear and two washes.
Berlin, Germany denim shop, DC4, recently introduced custom leather patches for your jeans; based upon either one of their templates or your own design.
We recently had the opportunity to catch up with and interview Rhys Davies, the Sales Director of one of the best known Japanese raw denim companies, EVISU.
Ruedi Karrer from the Denim Museum in Zurich, exhibited select pieces in Amsterdam for Blue Archives during fashion week. Jeans, jackets and accessories.