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FREITAG's F-ABRIC DENIM is 100% Biodegradable

Denim jeans are back where the name came from: Europe. Denim from “de Nîmes” and jeans from “Gênes”, French for Genoa. But enough of the etymology and back to F-acts that have been tested at the factory. 244 more words

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How To Look After Your Denim: Wait Before Washing

With most men – when it comes to washing their clothes – there’s a tendency to shove everything in the washing machine at one temperature and hope for the best. 376 more words

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Edwin ED55 Jeans.

Edwin are a Japanese denim brand founded in 1947 by Mr Tsunemi. The first pair of Edwin denim jeans were crafted in 1961 followed two years later by the world’s heaviest ringspun denim jean (16oz), featuring the famous three-colour rainbow selvedge, which is still being used by the company today. 254 more words

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Denim for Days

One of the more wearable trends that has made it’s way down the Spring 2015 Runways is denim– not that trends are something to be followed or of great importance…but they can be kind of helpful if you’re in a style rut or just fascinated by what’s next in fashion. 593 more words

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Urban Mood Bangkok

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The Urban Mood Crew, enjoying Premiership football on their phones

Trouser Tuesday: Selvedge denim, how low can you go?

This review is a tricky one. No doubt about it. There comes a time when you’ve written a few reviews of denim trousers, spending time finding out what is different or special with each pair, describing, measuring, considering. 1,066 more words

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Trouser Tuesday: Steel Feather, Norse design meets Japanese craft

Norway is not the first country you think of when it comes to rare denim. It’s fair to say that it probably struggle to make any list of most likely countries to even have much of an interest in the less common denim variants. 1,389 more words

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