RADAR | One Jean
This time on RADAR we turn our attention to the rare and outstanding One Jean. Ex-Evisu and Levi’s designer Mark Westmoreland has produced a jean for all of us denim heads. A combination of vintage features from Levi’s, Lee, Boss of the Road, Stronghold and Wrangler; The One denim jean was created over a year ago – the end product of a prototype that took Westmoreland four years to produce, in conjunction with the Shiotoni brothers of Japan. The One brand was created to fulfill a simple, practical need to produce an exemplary jean – irrespective of label – that pools the collective knowledge of jean makers worldwide. This is denim’s greatest hits united in one pair of trousers.
The US cotton used to produce the One jean is dyed and woven near Hiroshima at a family run mill. This 14oz denim is loop dyed and comes in its unsanforized loom state. An exclusive 100 pairs of ‘One’ jeans will only be available from five retailers worldwide. Find out more here.
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