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  1. Since we've been getting tons of small, insignificant questions that don't need their own threads, here is a thread where they can all go. RULES: 1) DO NOT SHIT UP THIS THREAD. This is not a supertrash thread. Unnecessary, stupid replies will be deleted. Offenders may be temp banned depending on my mood. 2) DON'T POST UNLESS YOU ARE ASKING A QUESTION OR ANSWERING ONE! 3) DO NOT BE A JERK OR AN ASS OR BE SNIDE OR SARCASTIC! This thread is for all those dumb little questions that don't need their own threads, so don't come in here if you don't want to read them! 4) This is for small/dumb/personal questions. IE: "What should I buy next? What is starch? How do I shrink my jeans? What is STF? What is sanforization? What is my waist size? What inseam do I get? What is hemming?" etc. etc. etc.
  2. I think it would be fun to have a thread for us to talk about times we sized incorrectly, unfortunate or untimely blowouts, missed connections with a pair that just would never work out or just random general nonsense for our little community here. So, anyone have any stories to share about when they first got into denim?
  3. wanted to know if anyone has these? http://www.rakuten.co.jp/hinoya/119706/256094/132077/ how do they fit? cos they look like a not so baggy cut compared to 501 47s. how do they wear in time? does anyone have any pics? also, how does the size run? i'm usually a 29 in most brands. do they shrink alot?
  4. Stumbled across this post introducing (?) denim from a UK brand called Tender. If half the things they say on their website are true, this is the most obsessively small-scale thing I've heard of short of hand-weaving the fabric. They hand-dye the fiber, hand-cast all the hardware, hand-tan the leather in tan oak juice, etc. etc. Has anybody seen a pair of these in the wild yet? They have a guidebook which is password protected. I hate being tantalized. Eh?
  5. http://www.roydenim.com/ Sorry if this has already been posted, but I couldn't find a thread on this dude. Has anyone around here heard of this guy? I have stumbled across his name and talents over a couple of blogs. It seems he started as a collector of sewing machines and became really interested in Jeans and has since attempted to perfect his skills at making jeans. I believe he made some canvas totes for Cone that were give aways at some trade shows. . Here are some pics of a pair of jeans he has up for sale on the website. RAISED BELT LOOPS I love plain rivets and those buttons holes are nuts. The plain donut hole buttons are also a nice little touch. The price of a pair of jeans sewn by him is $150 made of Cone Mill selvage denim. Pretty good price. Anyone around here purchased a pair?
  6. ShAraLeEe

    UES Denim

    Hey all, Welcome to UES Denim, We are a Japan based raw denim maker. Our brand name “UES†derives from “waste†in English. Japanese people often reuse old clothes as dust cloths to extend these usages and call it “UES†since early times. We keep on making our products in the hope that you will use our products until the end of its life. Neither throwing them away nor, keeping them in the closet without being fully-used. Browsing our website so that you may get a better understanding of our concept and products. http://www.japaneseselvagejeans.com/ Feel free to ask any questions here or contact us at [email protected] Facebook http://www.facebook.com/UesJeans Twitter https://twitter.com/ues_japan 400S NON WASH 400S 4YRS IN UESD
  7. I'm sure I remember a few people alluding to their own home-made jeans projects, and I thought it would be cool to have a thread for jeans that people have made themselves. Doesn't matter how amateur they are, and failed attempt stories are welcome too. Home-made is always best:)
  8. This is a thread to share opinions and information about the Japanese brand Belafonte (or Belafonte ragtime clothing). I couldn’t find any other thread about the brand, and I think the brand is quite interesting and deserves its own thread. This is their website Instagram The brand style is mostly inspired by early 20th century workwear, but I don’t think they do strict reproductions. You can quite easily order from them either via email or via Instagram account of Tom (which is also the model in their pictures) who has perfect English. They ship worldwide as far as I know. Personally I currently own 1 item from them and have another one on the way. The main reason I decided open this thread (first one for me, so sorry if it’s not too good) is that I can’t really find a lot of info or history about the brand. I did find this little quote from the Clutch Cafe website: “Belafonte was started in 2012 by Noboru Tanaka, a designer from Tokyo, for more than 20 Years. Mr Tanaka's vision with Belafonte is to create clothing that matches his own personal vision and something that he, himself, would wear. In order to do this, production can become a little expensive, but as a small independent brand by doing this they ensure the greatest quality product for their customers. For each season, half a year is spent researching and evaluating what kind of clothing would be produced during the time period Mr Tanaka takes his primary inspiration from. Belafonte don't like to make like for like replicas of vintage goods but rather take the best part of a vintage design and apply their own vision and touch to try and make something that’s uniquely appealing to their customers. This freedom of design is something that Belafonte hold in the highest regard. “ Please, feel free to share your experience and products and anything Belafonte related.
  9. Has Superfuture 4.0 eaten Ande Whall alive ? Is he no longer persona non grata at Supertalk ?
  10. Lichen is a project that was born out of our love for nature and to try and offer a sustainable alternative to mass consumerism. At Lichen Goods we create slow and handmade products using only natural fibres that we hand dye with plants. We don't believe in seasonal trends or over-designed clothes. All of our products are natural, compostable, free from plastic and harmful chemicals, and everything is handcrafted in small batches in our studio. - Lichen Goods LICHEN GOODS X TEMPO - Cutch Hand-Dyed Hemp Work Jackets. Handmade small-batch collaboration item. Hand-dyed with Cutch “Catechu” for a beautiful caramel color that patinas and darkens over time while the pigment oxidises. Cutch or Catechu is an extract from the wood of the acacia tree. Also called Japan Earth, it is a natural anti-fungal and anti-bacterial like real indigo dye. Available in hand-dyed Cutch, or Natural Indigo, or Un-Dyed Hemp. Comfortable easy to layer unisex silhouette. Features large natural mussel shell buttons. Two hip pockets and one slanted chest pocket with pen compartment.100% hemp fabric, 11oz. Completely natural / biodegradable, truly sustainable. Handmade by Charlotte & Pepe in Spain. Only available at TempoDesignStore.com Rue du Midi 11, Lausanne, Switzerland
  11. I thought it might be interesting to see what kind of denim jackets everybody's wearing So here's mine - LVC Red Tab Worn for ages...only one wash...
  12. hey i was just looking around at klax on via rakuten and saw these the denim has a really nice sheen and the patch looks really cool too can anyone shed anymore light on these heres the link! http://item.rakuten.co.jp/klax-on/sg101/
  13. I didn't search but I feel like this thread makes the most sense in the superdenim realm, post your vintage rings/jewellery etc. Mexican biker rings, signet rings, cocktail rings...whatever Recent ebay purchase, 70's Avon horseshoe ring
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