Posts tagged denim community
The Culture of Culture: Denim Through and Through

Once again I've been lucky enough to have a short feature in the third instalment of the HUMAN Magazine. If you've been following along with my previous Instagram content, I've shared links to Issue 1: The Power of Advocacy & Issue 2: What purpose is purpose (sustainability)

Issue 3 is all about The Culture of Culture. It sounds a little bit strange when you put it like that, but you may ask yourself, what is the culture of culture and what does it mean.
Well, as always, I like to keep things simple and interpret them in my own way.

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True Concrete Matter

From day one you could always find us on markets, for curiosa. At some point we saw a few really nice army jackets and thought this would also fit in really well with the shop. The same goes for workwear. Almost every piece from pike brothers is based on workwear or military. The most attractive aspect about workwear and army apparel is that functionality goes before how it looks. With this mentality you get the best quality product. So the question why vintage workwear and heritage? We like to dive into the history of products, sell garments with the craziest repairs, learn about the history of the products and give them a new life. 

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Kerbside & Co - LOT 81-01 - Part 2

I travelled a fair bit for the next 18 months and at the end of it, had to decide if I wanted to pursue something that I have put on the backburner or go back to doing a job that has become unfulfilling. You can guess which path I took. A few months later, a bunch of denim rolls ordered from the U.S. arrived and due process started.

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Kerbside & Co x The Brute Supply - Part 1

The first detail that caught my eye when taking the denim out of the package was the slubby nature of the garment. Some say most denim lovers are into their smoother and flatter fabrics, I beg to differ when it comes to a pair of jeans like this. I'm no pro, but I've felt enough denim products over the past 5 months to know when I have my hands on something that I really like.

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