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19 hours ago, reallypeacedoff said:

For some reason, I have been saying "Den-eem," but now I'm saying "Den-ime," which brings up the question, what is everyone else saying? Is it just "Denim?" 

I asked the same question in the Evisu thread years ago and nvr got a response.. :rolleyes:

Ee-vee-sue .. Ee-vee-shu .. Tom-aii-toes .. Tom-arr-toes

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no time today for fit pics during day time. only my IIIV submissions pics... still after 30 days not so much to see. results would be  visible IMO after 3 months of wear....


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Trifting today and found this Orizonti era paper patch well worn in my size kudos for the previous owner ヾ⁠(⁠*⁠’⁠O⁠’⁠*⁠)⁠/ 

The top button is black (⁠ ⁠◜⁠‿⁠◝⁠ ⁠)⁠♡













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  • 2 weeks later...

Warehouse/Denime released the new models on their IG

WW2 (as expected)
1947 (as expected)
1954 (only knew of 50s)

and jackets for all these periods.

Then two 66 models, in black and ecru.


The jeans and jackets look more like Warehouse than former Denime (so Warehouse jeans with a Denime patch and hardware). I'll pass. Maybe, just maybe an expection for the WW2 jacket

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Shop descriptions... 😏

"This is a thorough reproduction of the XX model manufactured by DENIME at the time of its founding. The fabric was developed jointly with Kurabo Industries based on recipes from the time. The uneven thread is ring-spun from the same rice cotton used at the time, rope-dyed with a special indigo color, and finished with vegetable dyeing to create a deep texture. A certain DENIME-like color has been reproduced."

I was close to ask you guys what "rice cotton" actually is. You can find it nearly on all shops that carry Denime because they all made a simple auto translation (also for some other brands).

Actually, it simply means "US cotton" and if you don't translate the whole text but the words themselves, it becomes clear.

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1 hour ago, beautiful_FrEaK said:

 rice cotton

Yes- mi -> America
Apparently from the phonetic use of the Chinese characters/kanji: 亜米利加 (the second character 米 is mi "rice") -> "a mi ri ka".
For example: For England: "ei"
英, for Germany it's "doku" 独.

Like mimi -> "ears" which is "selvedge".

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Denime wrote wome stuff about the denim used for the new 3 models.

I might have understood it incorrectly but it seems they had Kurabo analyse the old Banner denim and have it recreated. So another "Banner denim". They main difference seems to be the brown weft in comparison to WH's old Banner denim. 

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11 hours ago, beautiful_FrEaK said:

Definitely on the shorter side but that's why you have high-rise jeans

Good length imo... and grey sweatshirts always goes well with jeans... and with that faded denim in particular

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On 3/4/2024 at 9:36 AM, Geeman said:


On page 124 there are post wash measurements of a 224 in 31”. I just ordered a pair of the same size from Warehouse and they will be here in the next couple days

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