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I have twin boys, and I have a little garland
They know a lot more about making jeans than I did at that age, I'll tell you that much.
I started to become really specialized in denim--it's the only thing I've ever done.
It has the ability to tell a story about your life. Sort of like a blueprint of
what's kind of happening. Those are my son's jeans
we used them for boys a ton of times. Yeah, I shop seasonally and pool together the information. I think we have to change that construction.
When the designs aline, we talk about the fabric we are going to use. Knowing
what the cost is per yard, and estimating what the cost will be at the end of the day. The pressure is on, dude.
So these are my personal jeans.
It just has a really subtle, understandable wash. It just looks a lot more natural
when you start off with something that has been really worn
than developing washes. So we're actually going to try to mimic this, pretty much exactly.
We're gonna go to a denim mill. We select fabrics that we feel like
can work within our price point, within quality.
They are a denim mill so they weave the fabric.
Michelle is the merchandiser so she's the creative behind the product. We try and give them the closest proximity to what
they'll actually be selling so that they can see where it fits into their mix.
This is unwashed so this is what denim looks like/
I love the whiskers.
I love the-- the orange thread to me looks super cool.
Once we've nailed it and we feel that it's a cool fabric,
we then apply our dry process onto it and that's what we do at our laundry facilities.
He's mixing by hand to get the color as close to that as he possibly can.