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Studio D'Artisan D1888 'Fallen Cot... Studio D'Artisan D1888 'Fallen Cotton' Tapered Fit Mens Selvedge Jeans

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    Studio D'Artisan D1888 'Fallen Cotton' Tapered Fit Mens Selvedge Jeans

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    Colour : Brown

    Regular Price

    £ 229.00

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    Description

    In the process of spinning yarn from cotton, a significant amount of waste is generated, commonly referred to as "cotton slubs." These cotton slubs pose challenges as they are irregular in shape and make yarn production difficult. Historically, these cotton slubs were often discarded as they were considered unusable.

    However, Studio D'Artisan has taken an innovative approach to sustainability by upcycling these cotton slubs. Instead of being wasted, the irregular cotton slubs are collected and reprocessed into usable yarn. This recycled yarn is then woven into sustainable denim fabric, giving new life to what was once considered waste. One of the remarkable aspects of this recycled cotton denim is the inherent irregularities in the fabric. The cotton slubs, being of different sizes and shapes, create a natural, unique texture. The irregularities in the fabric result in a vintage-like appearance that is distinctive and charming. By utilising cotton slubs in this manner, Studio D'Artisan has taken a significant step towards sustainable fashion, offering denim enthusiasts the opportunity to enjoy a one-of-a-kind, environmentally conscious, and earthy textured denim experience.

    Tapered silhouette
    5-Button fly featuring Original Studio D'Artisan buttons
    Engraved copper rivets
    Fifth pocket selvedge detail
    Original "Amami Dorozome" leather waistband patch
    Studio D’Artisan original back pocket stitch

    100% Recycled Cotton - 13oz. Selvedge denim 
    Made in Okayama, Japan

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    What Is Selvedge Denim?

    Originally the denim cloth used to make jeans was produced on shuttle looms. These produced a tightly woven cloth by passing a continuous thread backwards and forwards. The resulting fabric was narrow and had finished edges or self-edges, hence the term selvedge. This fabric was relatively costly and slow to produce as were the jeans fashioned from it. When the demand for jeans rose dramatically in the latter half of the 20th century production methods were inevitably altered to create cheaper fabrics that could be produced in higher volumes. Shuttle looms were abandoned in favour of projectile looms which were quicker, which produced wider cloth and which did not use continuous threads. Denim now had unfinished edges with a frayed appearance.

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    Selvedge Denim Care

    Here at JEANSTORE we have a few tips on how you can keep your selvedge denim looking its best - by following these simple instructions you can ensure your jeans last longer, retain their shape and colour, and reduce your environmental impact too.

    • First and foremost, always follow the care instructions on the inside label of your jeans. Different jeans will have different recommendations, and these can vary depending on the nature of the fabric and the dye, amongst other things.

    • To soak or not to soak? It's personal preference, but with raw/unwashed/rigid denim there will be a lot of dye on the fabric that will bleed at first. You can soak your jeans inside out in warm water for 2 hours and hang dry before first wash to get rid of some of the dye, and make them feel less stiff/starchy. Others just put them straight on and don't care if their legs and shoes end up blue!

    • 'Breaking them in'. Two things to consider - is the denim raw or pre-washed? If washed, there won't be much 'breaking in' - that bit has been done for you.
      For raw and rigid denim, the general consensus is to wear the jeans for as long as possible before the first wash. Nudie Jeans Co. recommends wearing your raw denim for 6 months without washing. It's not compulsory, but the longer you wear them, the better they'll fit, and the better they'll fade.
      Secondly, is the denim sanforized (pre-shrunk) or unsanforized (shrink-to-fit)? Most selvedge denim we stock - even if raw/rigid - will be pre-shrunk to eliminate unexpected sizing changes. This means you can generally trust the size guide. If buying unsanforized denim, there's always an element of risk, so please ensure you follow the size guide and the washing instructions carefully! With shrink-to-fit jeans, they really can become the best denim you've ever owned as they mould to your body shape. You'll also get the most natural fades.

    • Try and wash your jeans once every 10 wears at most. Sometimes this just isn't possible, but it's a good guide to follow. Every wash puts strain on the fibres and 'wears' them, so the less you wash your jeans, the longer they'll last. We always recommend hand-washing selvedge denim.

    • Always wash your jeans inside out. This reduces dye/colour loss. If using a washing machine, keep the load minimal - if your jeans are too creased, the dye may fade more heavily along creases, causing streaky lines on your jeans.

    • If possible, always hand wash. It's not a deal-breaker, but it is much gentler on the fabric and you'll find your jeans fade more 'naturally'. If using a washing machine, keep the heat low and use a slower cycle. With raw denim, ensure you wash them separately for the first 5 washes, as the dye will bleed and transfer to other garments. Also be careful when sitting on light coloured surfaces or wearing white shoes.

    • Use natural detergents where possible. You don't want those nasty chemicals damaging your jeans, or the environment.

    • Don't tumble dry! Well, you can (we do, sometimes) but results can vary. If you're in a rush and need to tumble your jeans, ensure you keep the heat low. Excessive tumble drying can change the size/shape/fit of your jeans, and they'll often feel tighter when they come out. This isn't always a problem with stretch jeans, as after several wears they can feel a bit loose. Often any changes in your denim as a result of tumble drying are a result of the machine - not the denim.
      With selvedge denim, we always recommend hang-drying rather than a tumble dryer.

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    Made in Japan
    Sustainable
    Non-Stretch or 100% Cotton
    Selvedge Denim
    Button Fly

    Studio D'Artisan.

    This is where is all began. The first of the legendary 'Osaka 5', Studio D'Artisan was founded in 1979 by Shigeharu Tagaki, a designer who had been learning his trade in France. Inspired by French workwear and especially the American jeans craze sweeping Japan in the late sixties and early seventies, Tagaki started reproducing vintage denim on old Toyada G-3 shuttle loom. Disappointed with the poor quality of mass-produced jeans which flooded the market in the 1980s, the company were soon making original denim goods, utilizing designs and productions techniques from the golden age of jeans.

    It wouldn't be an overstatement to say that the company was one of the prime reasons for the explosion of interest in Japanese denim in the late nineties and early aughts. In fact, SDA claim that their flagship model 'DO-1' was the first raw selvedge jean produced, making it the granddaddy of Japanese quality denim.

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