Studio D’Artisan x Blue In Green NY-001 Jeans

Studio D'Artisan x BlueInGreen NY-001 Jeans

Studio D’Artisan x BlueInGreen NY-001 Jeans

Some of the best Japanese cloth and construction meets slick Soho styling in Studio D’Artisan and Blue in Green’s limited-edition collaboration, the NY-001 jeans.

In true Studio D’Artisan fashion, the NY-001 jeans are raw, made from unsanforized, 15 oz. original Japanese denim dyed with pure indigo.

They’re cut in a slim fit with a tapered leg and a low-to-mid rise so they look at home on the streets of Lower Manhattan, and they are complete with Studio’s cheeky pigs and Blue In Green’s New York logo printed in gold leafing on the cordovan leather back logo patch.

The NY-001 are limited edition, so once they are gone, they will no longer be available.

Details

  • Name: Studio D’Artisan x Blue In Green Soho NY-001
  • Weight: 15 oz.
  • Fit: Low/Mid-rise, tapered leg
  • Denim: Unsanforized, 100% Cotton Japanese Selvedge Raw Denim
  • Price: $325
  • Available from: BlueInGreen
  • Other Details:
    • Pure indigo dyed
    • Cordovan leather patch with gold-leaf detailing
    • Alternating orang and yellow top stitching
    • Limited edition

Photos

Studio D'Artisan x BlueInGreen NY-001 Jeans

Photos courtesy of BlueInGreen

Studio D'Artisan x BlueInGreen NY-001 Jeans

Studio D'Artisan x BlueInGreen NY-001 Jeans

Studio D'Artisan x BlueInGreen NY-001 Jeans

Studio D'Artisan x BlueInGreen NY-001 Jeans

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  • Derek

    dat patch and tag. i’d pay just to buy those two.

  • chewBACA

    Honest question: why does blue in green raw denim cost so much? I notice they do a lot of colabs and the price points are always ridiculous.

    • Grazfather x

      Things are worth what people will pay for them. In this case it could be things like it being limited, cordovan patch, heavier weight, and of course: Brand.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003326974874 Kyle Brooks Robinson

      Japanese labor is expensive, old creaky selvage looms are expensive, cotton is expensive, shipping to the US is expensive, doing a collaboration is expensive, strong yen is expensive…

  • http://twitter.com/BandannaAlmanac Jon Lukacek

    I hope people don’t make the mistake of thinking pure indigo and natural indigo are the same thing. I don’t get why these cost this much and I don’t see what makes this denim so special.

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