When two brothers from Naples decided to stop doing fashion design for other companies and start a brand of their own, they went hunting for an attention-grabbing name. They discovered that “Steve Jobs” wasn’t trademarked and decided on that. Now, a protracted legal battle has come to an end, and they have big plans…
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The sky’s the limit when it comes to denim pricing, but quality seldom follows suit. Mott and Bow is set on delivering the best denim at reasonable prices, which get even more reasonable with our exclusive 30% discount. Use code KINJA.
This fun peek inside a factory that makes jeans from Carson Nicely shows the creative methods a manufacturer uses to create a pair of distressed denim. They spray paint color on them, mark up some fake whiskers on the front of the pants, tumble the jeans with a bunch of rocks, and basically mutilate the hell out of a…
Microsoft has big plans to expand the appeal of Windows Phone 8, and two new mid-range Nokia Lumia handsets are only the start. Two slick new gadgets and a Lumia-centric software update could make Windows Phone an even more attractive option.
Here's another off the wall pants idea from Naked and Famous Denim, the craziest jeans company in the entire world: Thermo-chromic denim. Jeans that change color depending on the temperature. Meaning if you get hot in certain areas (yeah, that too), the pants get whiter.
The most daring denim company in the world, Naked and Famous, is back at it again. Not satisfied with just making jeans glow in the dark or scratch-n-sniff> or pans that feel like silk and hemp and gauze, Naked and Famous is making jeans with camo, jeans that marbleize, corduroys that act like denim, more glow in the…
They might be a staple of the well-dressed geek's wardrobe, but skinny jeans aren't doing you any favors. In fact, they might be causing you real, physical damage.
Our favorite jeans company, Naked and Famous, has made a pair of jeans out of the heaviest denim in the world. Two to three times the weight of your average high quality denim, these Naked and Famous jeans are made from 32oz selvedge denim and are so heavy and rigid, the jeans can stand on their own.
Naked and Famous Denim, the craziest jeans company in the world, is getting even wonkier. Along with other jeans, Naked and Famous is releasing Japanese raw denim woven with silk, hemp or gauze and a ridiculously awesome pair of jeans that'll fade red as you wear it (rather than white).
These jeans look like any other pair of denim you'd see on a fashionable twentysomething. Dark, slim fit and cut perfectly, heck, I wouldn't mind buying these myself. But unlike other jeans, this pair is made with scratch 'n sniff raspberry scented denim. Yes. Scratch and sniff. On your freaking jeans! This is awesome.
Generally when I blow through a pair of denim, I just toss it out and never think of it again. But apparently, that pair of old, shredded jeans can be ground down to a pulp and reconstituted into a fresh pair of pants.
Your jeans in the freezer: It's a recipe for shrinkage of the worst kind, plus it won't do anything to clean your jeans despite Levi's recommendation to do so.
A pair of jeans is a pair of jeans is a pair of jeans? Not quite. Especially when you're riding your bike, as getting denim caught in your bike is a faceplant waiting to happen. These Levi's Commuter Jeans, however, are made just for riding.
Denim! It's comfy, rugged, and versatile. What's not to love? Some people love it so much that they're willing to pay hundreds of dollars for a single pair. But why stop at pants? Incase sure doesn't.
Nature Factory by Makoto Tanijir is an art installation housed inside Diesel's Tokyo Denim Gallery and it's a stunning, tangled mess of plastic pipes and joints which willl make you forget about the skinny jeans you were going to buy.