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.
This week on the podcast, Jake talks to Kyle Robinson aka Rocktransformed (formerly ‘Cold Summer’).
Kyle shares what learned during the year he was working for The Flat Head in Japan.
This week on the podcast, Jake and I talk to Mike Falkner from Wild Frontier Goods about what it’s like moving to Japan for denim.
In this episode of The Denim & Boots Podcast, Thomas talk to Pete and Tony from Tellason about choosing ‘made in Japan’ denim after White Oak closed.
In this episode, Jake and I interview W. David Marx, the author of Ametora, to talk about how Japan has saved American style and influenced fashion in general.
Nick Clements has been living and documenting ‘revival’ and heritage style for more than four decades. In this interview, he shares his experiences, including the role Japan has had.
The story and details of the collaboration jeans of Indigo Veins, Göteborg Manufaktur and Denim-Base.
In this fourth and final lesson of the course about Benzak Denim Developers, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the core denims that BDD offers.
In this lesson about Benzak Denim Developers, founder of the brand, Lennaert Nijgh explains the defining features of his jeans, which also differentiate the brand’s two lines.
This is the first lesson in a video course about Benzak Denim Developers. It teaches you the story of the brand, it’s two guiding principles, and how the brand’s built on the passion of founder, Lennaert Nijgh.