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    We’re very happy to announce that Resolute will make their way to Malmö and Per Ljung’s Garderob for a trunk show with their jeans and possibly a few nice shirts as well.Resolute was launched in 2010. Yoshiyuki Hayashi, Designer of Resolute, is standing on his diversified experience of over 30 years. The entire procedure of jeans production is all made in Japan, from its yarn dyeing to its yarn weaving, sewing and processing. Mr Hayashi will help you find your right size and if you decide to purchase your jeans at the trunk show you will have 10% and if you want you can have your jeans signed by Mr Hayashi.Welcome/Per and Frederik
  2. The news has broken out... Mr. Hayashi-san founder and ex-owner of denime has started a new brand called RESOLUTE. http://news.livedoor.com/article/detail/4776896/ for pictures http://www.fashionsnap.com/news/2010/05/gallery/resolute-hayashiyoshiyuki.html?photo=1 THis is my Girlfriend's (she's jap) translation summary of this article... released in japan... denime was becoming very stricting for hayashi-san he couldnt make what he wanted with denime he didnt want to make jeans for fashion he has spirit of workman and made weekly trips to his factories... He really cares about the denim, and the new denim is hairy in a different way in comparison to all the other brands out there. he wanted to make 'things'' that would cost the same no matter how long the time passes he is tryin to make 100 mil yen selling in 3 years. And most importantly!! he is using his old dyeing method!! we are gonna see some wick fades similar to the old denimes very soon! the new jeans will be priced at 22,000yen. very reasonable!
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