I take a minimalistic approach to making jeans. All details are there for a reason, not for decoration. You could say that form follows function. I only use one machine with a single-needle lockstitch, so there are no overlocked seams. All seams are either selvedge, hand felled or bound with cotton tape. The buttonholes are hand sewn. I believe the jeans should look as good on the inside as they do on the outside.
The denims I use are the best selvedge denims from Japan. The denims are all sanforized, that is pre-shrunk, so there is a minimum of shrinkage. A selection of the fabric can be found here.
+ 100% single needle lockstitch construction
+ hand felled seams on rise, yoke and inner leg
+ selvedge coin pocket
+ one piece selvedge fly
+ selvedge waistband
+ selvedge belt loops
+ hand sewn buttonholes
+ copper rivets
+ double prong donut buttons
+ buttons and rivets backed with leather washers
+ heavy duty pocket bags
+ handmade leather patch
+ signed and dated by hand
+ price from €850 (€702,50 outside the EU)
“The jeans have arrived! Wonderfully manufactured! Congratulations!! Great precision in every detail, from the stitching to the quality of fabric, buttons, rivets and their leather washers, to the minimalism”.