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.

the details:

+ 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)

Client quote:

“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”.