You know it, once in a while you feel like you have to try something new. When I discovered a Japanese embroidery method called sashiko a few weeks ago, I immediately knew we had to get it on our jeans. And because we all know the golden Czech hands, there was no reason to go beyond the borders, because we already have “Japanese” Czech masters of this technique here. And the result is on the table – custom jeans Sashiko selvedge denim.
It certainly happened to you. You have bought jeans that collided slightly after the first wash. Mostly it is 2-3% and manufacturers write it on jeans, but believe that a few decades ago it was much worse. You bought jeans that shrunk even by 10% and it could do 10 cm in length.
They’re called five pocket jeans. Originally, jeans only had one pocket. Then there were three, then four and now five. Maybe you’re using it and maybe you do not even know you have one on your pants. But what do we have it for?
Every year, I’m madly looking forward to Christmas. It is a period when hurry, stress, and annoyance change as if by a magical wand into in peace, comfort and friendship. I mean the period beginning in the morning of 24th of December. Until then, it’s a bit of crowd madness. I try to avoid shopping centres and I buy my Christmas gifts mainly over the internet from the comfort of my home.
In 1873, they acquired a patent, and Davis moved to San Francisco following Strauss. After 17 years, they were the only ones who could produce jeans with rivets, but after the patent expired in 1890, the jeans studs became the standard.
Do you know raw food? The food in its raw form, which has not undergone heat treatment? Even in the world of denim you can find “raw”. These are jeans in their raw form. Unwashed, unfaded, with no holes. Actually, that’s a lot of “no”. But I say that’s a big YES.
The same way that the best cooks cook from the finest ingredients or the cyclists at the Tour de France ride top bikes, quality jeans can not be made without quality material. In addition to working with a skilled tailor, having the right denim is the foundation of success. And when it comes to the fabrics from which my jeans are being sewed, I’d like to tell you something.
Who doesn’t like warm weather, right? When it’s warm out there, we go to sit by the water or go for a drink in our favourite spot. But 30 °C or more is too much even for us. And so what about jeans?
Until World War II jeans were from the beginning exclusively working clothes. Only then in the fifties and sixties they get out of ranches and mines to shops and city streets. And the massive enlargement will not miss the country beyond the Iron Curtain between West and East.