Big John started producing jeans in Japan more then 50 years ago.
They were the first to produce jeans in Japan.
They also were the first to sell washed jeans to the World !!!
Voici un de mes grands coups de cœur. Bilitis 17 ans. Un petit nouveau sur le marché de la mode. Depuis sa création en 2001, cette marque japonaise progresse à grands[...]
Je vous présente le concurrent du légendaire Moleskine, The Traveler’s notebook by Midori
Que vous soyez aventurier, poète, artiste ou businessman, cette marque japonaise propos[...]
The first time I've heard about Momotaro Jeans it was 4 years ago when a Guy coming from Japan push the door of our boutique and present himself as working for Momotaro Jeans.
Since our last post about the "Bond & Knight" wallet , I traveled Favourite Shops looking for a wallet. Here is my selection.
1. Max Unicorn Co - Camouflage Washed Leat[...]
Mucu is a Japanese company specialized in notebooks and agendas.
As most of the Japanese brands, focus is put on the details.
Mucu have very pure lines and don't try to make f[...]
After the Ericsson phone model DBH15 of 1947, this is a new object from the past that I would like you to discover. A rare and unique Hand made little cigarette box dispensor for n[...]
Another Japanese brand. But I especially love this one! Nonnative completely deconstructs the military-inspired pieces, cut with a knife in the workwear, refines the looks of the u[...]
Till last week this label was unknown to us, and that's a shame
Phigvel is a Japanese brand that take inspiration in the 30' till the 50'.
But they just take inspiration, it's no[...]
For more than 3 years we are following the work of Ande Whall.
It's nice to see that he's still there making a living from his passion.
Ande Whall is a jeans maker located in Chr[...]
While incorporating vintage technique from the 1950s Americana culture in their design and production, the detail oriented manufacturing process which Strike Gold stress on every o[...]
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