The custom shirt-making dudes over at S.F. label Taylor Stitch are adding another feather in their caps for the new year, in the form of a brand-spankin'-new handmade denim line.
According to this little bit of news on Complex.com, the trio of guys behind the label (they also own Mission shop The Common), will be crafting three kinds of raw, handmade jeans out of Japanese denim, all at a very doable $128 a pop.
Folks who want to wear custom Taylor Stitch threads from head-to-toe (now it's possible!) can scoop up select styles at The Common and on the TS website. Get more in-depth, denim-geek details (fabric weight and all of that jazz) at the link. (Complex)
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