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The pair of selvedge jeans you are wearing right now traces its origins to indigo, Okayama, and Osaka.
It’s easy to take denim for granted. There are racks of jeans on display in every store in the mall, as well as a pile of jeans tucked away in your closet in every wash and cut imaginable: dark, light, acid-wash, skinny, ...
Think of "Weaving Shibusa" as "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" for denim.
No one does denim better than the Japanese.Despite being an American icon and a fabric that traces its lineage back to France, denim was only truly perfected in the land of the rising sun. In the 1970s, American selvedge shuttle looms found ...
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