Tony Tonnaer from Kings of Indigo is on the Denimhunters Podcast to talk about the philosophy of his brand and how jeans can be more sustainable.
In this episode of the podcast, Merv Sethi from Okayama Denim tells the story of his background, how he started his store with a tsunami relief project, and the USPs of his business.
In this episode of a Denimhunters Podcast, Thomas talks to Dave from Japanalogue about his story, the philosophy behind his site and what his does, and how he might be able to turn it into a full-time thing.
In this Blue Blooded Q&A, Shane Brandenburg shares how he got into denim, what inspires him, and how he defines his style.
On this episode of the podcast, I talk Tracey Panek about what she does, why the Archives is such a crucial department for Levi’s, and how her work influences jeans from any brand.
In this Blue Blooded Q&A, you’ll meet Daniel Werner, one half of the fashion consulting company CeeAreDee, which he runs together with Matt Wilson.
On this episode of the podcast, I talk to the man behind Tenue de Nîmes, mr Menno van Meurs, about how it all started and how he does things differently.
This week, the Blue Blood to answer my Q&A is the lovely Alice Tonello, Marketing and R&D Director at Tonello.
On this episode of the Denimhunters Podcast, Thomas talks to Bahzad Trinos, employee no. 1 at Naked & Famous, about how the brand became a global success.
Ruedi’s been wearing and collecting raw denim since before most of us were born. He’s dedicated his life to his denim passion, driven by a vision to establish an independent jeans museum.