On this last episode of season 1 of the Denimhunters Podcast, you learn how to soak raw denim with three different approaches and when you should choose each of them.
The founder of Son of a Stag is well-known for his store in London. But did you know Rudy Budhdeo works with the entire value chain of jeans?
Bryan from the Indigo Invitational is back on the podcast to make a very compelling argument for why you should join his fade competition.
Ben Woodhouse aka Clobber Calm joins Thomas on the podcast to give an update on what to expect from the second Global Denim Hang, scheduled for Sept 12, 2020.
Tilmann Wröbel from Monsieur-T. joins Thomas on the podcast to share his story and his opinions on how COVID-19 is affecting our industry.
In this episode of the Denimhunters Podcast, Thomas discusses 18 common must-know terms from the raw denim vocabulary.
In this Blue Blooded Q&A, you’ll meet Andrew Chen, co-founder of 3sixteen and partner of the Self Edge stores in NYC and LA.
Lukas aka @dry_luke is a super down-to-earth German denimhead with a passion for Benzak jeans and Omega Speedmasters, and an unconventional profession.
Raw denim is awesome because it fades. But with the fades come rips and crotch blowouts. The solution is repairing the jeans. That’s the service Pey from The Netherlands offers with Sashiko Denim.
I haven’t featured that many Blue Blooded ladies in denim (yet) in this Q&A series. So here’s the one and only Bryce Pizano aka @heypizano aka the head lady behind Okay Denim Co.
This week on the podcast, Jake and I are joined by Scott Morrison from 3×1 to talk about the travel documentary series, Common Threads, that he’s launching.
In this part 2 of my history of jeans overview, you’ll learn how ‘designer jeans’ broke through the mainstream, plus how to tell the story when you’re selling.
When you’re selling jeans, you’re selling history! That’s why it’s crucial to know at least the key facts of the history of jeans when you work with denim and jeans. And that’s what this blog post teaches.
In this 4th part of my series about the history of jeans, you’ll learn how the Japanese built a cult around Americana, which evolved into heritage fashion.
I’ve known Piero Turk for years, but I never really heard his story. We sat down at Munich Fabric Start’s Bluezone show in September to discuss how he ended up in denim, and how denim’s has changed since he did.
This sponsored blog post revisits the ‘Infinite’ theme of Munich Fabric Start’s latest Bluezone show to discuss how denim in the future must be seasonless.
Before we know it, computers and robots will be making our jeans. At Munich Fabric Start’s Bluezone in January, I interviewed the show’s creative partners, Lucie and Tilmann Wröbel of Monsieur-T., on how the Concept Zone visualised how AI and Big Data can be combined with human creativity.
Making denim can be a dirty business. So how can denim become more sustainable? That was one of the topic of the on-camera conversations I had with several key influencers and denim experts at the Bluezone show back in January.