Each texture is made differently.
They have the particular thickness of the warp(top threads) and the weft(bottom threads) and the density.
Our denim has a unique texture. it is bulky and rough .
It is because the denim is weaved without any pressure on the threads.
To keep the texture of the material, our denim is unsanforized.
Our production method is inspired by original vintage denim even though it takes 5 times longer than computer controled weavingmachines.
Instead ob creating a unique texture throughout the time, it shrinks and twist the denim by washing and drying.
Over the time rope-dyed threads will fade unevenly.
we believe that that uneven fading is the result of production of the original method.
We adopt a unique anf profound sewing method that canbe seen on vintage jeans such as narrow-stitching in back pockets,
wind-stitching in a belt-loop, sewing a belt and a back patch with a single stroke and so on.
These method were used for the strength and protection efficiency in those days.
Particularly, when we alter jeans our jeans fans, wee use only UUNION SPECIAL, the vintage sewing machine,for variation of aging.
Altering with cotton threads creates unusual twist at the bottom. This twist makes unique fading at the edge.
Jeans were originally designed for working poeple.
In the modern fashion scene, the role might not be necessary.
Its duability and functionality are worth to be respected.
Without spoiling the original idea, we are reconsidering all silhouettes sothat we could make a proposal of jeaning causual as modern fashion.
For example, we correct the sihlouette of a diper so that the waist is a little larger considering standin-sitting in order to be looked elegantly dauring standing up.
We make the specification in each section and part with significance as original as possible.
We are challenging we challenge to the collaboration of
a denim and different materials to pursuit the possibility of denims.
The first model has a Japanese Hanpu (sailcloth) pocket that Kurashiki takes pride in.
Manufacturers in Kojima, Kurashiki-city are producing about 70 %
of the national production of cotton sailcloth production.
We print an original logo of TENRYO DENIM on back pocket which is Japanese Hanpu (sailcloth).
Each material and each part is consciously made for the aging.
We use denim that has a particular texture by an old-fashion shuttle loom.
Duralation and functionality as a working wear changed into pursuation of aging and cracteristics of a wearer.
Jeans fit to its owner's body.
A wearer can create its own indigo fading.
we see jeans as a mirror reflects a owner's life style.
We are hoping that a owner creates own jeans as a best friend.