Edwin ED 55 RAW Jeans

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12,8 oz Rainbow Selvedge Jeans by Edwin in dark blue - RAW - unwashed. The ED-55 is Edwin's... more
Product information "Edwin ED 55 RAW Jeans"

12,8 oz Rainbow Selvedge Jeans by Edwin in dark blue - RAW - unwashed. The ED-55 is Edwin's most popular model, a relaxed-tapered-fit jeans with medium waistband height. The denim for these jeans comes from the cult weaving mill Kuroki from Japan. RAW jeans shrink about 3-5 % in length after the first wash. Due to the untreated denim fabric the material tends to lose colour. Please note that the jeans can also rub off on lighter clothes/furniture after the first wash.

Details:

  • Composition: 100% cotton, 12,8 oz Kuroki denim from Japan
  • ED 55 - relaxed tapered
  • 12.8 oz Kuroki Denim
  • Made in Tunesia
  • five-pocket style
  • Closure: buttoned
  • Care: 40°C
  • waist size (size 32): 45 cm
Farbe: dunkelblau
Material: Baumwolle
If you say that the USA is the parents of denim, then you can say that Japan embodies the... mehr

If you say that the USA is the parents of denim, then you can say that Japan embodies the stepparents. In Japan, denim has been completely reinterpreted. And that of no one less than Edwin. The denim label from Tokyo.
When Tsunemi Yonehachi Shoten opened a US military clothing store in 1947, he offered the Japanese something completely new at that time: denim. The time he spent in California during his studies and the jeans cult of the post-war period influenced him to import secondhand five-pocket denim from the USA. Before he sells them, he washes them and repairs them by hand. The demand is gigantic. When his son, Shuji Tsunemi, took over the family business in 1961, he produced his first denims.
During this time the name was also changed to EDWIN - the anagram to D-E-N-I-M. The heaviest ring yarn denim, a 16oz that Edwin produced until 1963, was characterized by an element that is still used today: the Rainbowselvedge. In the 70s Edwin was to revolutionize the denim world: with the 'Old Washed' process a completely new appearance, a different wearing sensation, in short: a new type of denim.
When Edwin invented the 'Stone-Wash' process in the 1980s, the entire denim industry was turned upside down: there was no manufacturer who did not use this process. A milestone in the history of denim. In the 1990s, Edwin returned to its origins: the 'New Vintage' concept, reminiscent of the craftsmanship of 1947, was used to make the denims appear in a modern vintage look. A supposed contrast that stands for Edwin himself.
Edwin relies on continuous progress and innovation to continually improve design and fit, as well as traditional working techniques. On old weaving frames and sewing machines, the greatest care is taken to work by hand. Each denim is hand washed and given a lot number so that it can be traced exactly who produced it, when, where and how.
"To create dreams, movements and culture" - Edwin is more than just a pair of jeans: a feeling that everyone who has ever worn a denim by Edwin knows.

Wenn man sagt, dass die USA die Eltern der Denim sind, dann kann man sagen, dass Japan die... mehr
Wenn man sagt, dass die USA die Eltern der Denim sind, dann kann man sagen, dass Japan die Stiefeltern verkörpern. Denn in Japan wurde die Denim völlig neu interpretiert. Und das von niemand geringerem als Edwin. Dem Denim-Label aus Tokio.
 
Als Tsunemi Yonehachi Shoten 1947 ein US-Militärbekleidungsgeschäft eröffnet, bietet er den Japanern etwas – zu diesem Zeitpunkt – völlig Neues an: die Denim. Die Zeit, die er während seines Studiums in Kalifornien verbrachte und der Jeans- Kult der Nachkriegszeit, beeinflussen ihn secondhand Five-Pocket-Denims aus den USA zu importieren. Bevor er sie verkauft, wäscht er sie und bessert sie von Hand aus. Die Nachfrage ist gigantisch. Als sein Sohn, Shuji Tsunemi 1961 das Familiengeschäft übernimmt, stellt dieser die ersten eigenen Denims her. In dieser Zeit wird auch der Name zu EDWIN – dem Anagramm zu D-E-N-I-M – geändert. Die schwerste Ringgarn-Denim, eine 16oz, die Edwin bis 1963 produzierte zeichnete sich durch ein Element aus, das noch heute Verwendung findet: der Rainbowselvedge. In den 70er Jahren sollte Edwin die Denim-Welt revolutionieren: mit dem ‚Old-Washed‘-Prozess entstand eine völlig neue Erscheinung, ein anderes Tragegefühl, kurzum: eine neue Art von Denim.

Als Edwin in den 1980er Jahren den ‚Stone-Wash‘-Prozess erfindet, wird die gesamte Denim-Industrie umgekrempelt: es gibt keinen Hersteller, der diesen Prozess nicht anwendet. Ein Meilenstein in der Geschichte der Denim. In den 90er Jahren kehrt Edwin zu seinen Ursprüngen zurück: das ‚New-Vintage‘-Konzept erinnert an die Handarbeit von 1947. In aufwendigem Handwerk werden die Denims nun so behandelt, dass sie im modernen Vintage-Look erscheinen. Ein vermeintlicher Gegensatz, der für Edwin selbst steht. Edwin setzt auf kontinuierlichen Fortschritt und Innovation, um stets Design und Sitz zu verbessern, genauso wie auf traditionelle Arbeitstechniken. Auf alten Webrahmen und Nähmaschinen, wird mit größter Sorgfalt von Hand gearbeitet. Jede Denim wird handgewaschen und mit einer Lot-Nummer versehen, sodass ganz genau nachvollzogen werden kann, wer, wann, wo und wie diese Denim produziert hat. „To create dreams, movements and culture“ – Edwin ist mehr als nur eine Jeans: ein Gefühl, das jeder kennt, der schon einmal eine Denim von Edwin getragen hat.
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Edwin

If you say that the USA is the parents of denim, then you can say that Japan embodies the stepparents. In Japan, denim has been completely reinterpreted. And that of no one less than Edwin. The denim label from Tokyo.
When Tsunemi Yonehachi Shoten opened a US military clothing store in 1947, he offered the Japanese something completely new at that time: denim. The time he spent in California during his studies and the jeans cult of the post-war period influenced him to import secondhand five-pocket denim from the USA. Before he sells them, he washes them and repairs them by hand. The demand is gigantic. When his son, Shuji Tsunemi, took over the family business in 1961, he produced his first denims.
During this time the name was also changed to EDWIN - the anagram to D-E-N-I-M. The heaviest ring yarn denim, a 16oz that Edwin produced until 1963, was characterized by an element that is still used today: the Rainbowselvedge. In the 70s Edwin was to revolutionize the denim world: with the 'Old Washed' process a completely new appearance, a different wearing sensation, in short: a new type of denim.
When Edwin invented the 'Stone-Wash' process in the 1980s, the entire denim industry was turned upside down: there was no manufacturer who did not use this process. A milestone in the history of denim. In the 1990s, Edwin returned to its origins: the 'New Vintage' concept, reminiscent of the craftsmanship of 1947, was used to make the denims appear in a modern vintage look. A supposed contrast that stands for Edwin himself.
Edwin relies on continuous progress and innovation to continually improve design and fit, as well as traditional working techniques. On old weaving frames and sewing machines, the greatest care is taken to work by hand. Each denim is hand washed and given a lot number so that it can be traced exactly who produced it, when, where and how.
"To create dreams, movements and culture" - Edwin is more than just a pair of jeans: a feeling that everyone who has ever worn a denim by Edwin knows.

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