I’m a long-term aficionado of Edwin’s Nashville show in light of it’s incredible quality, points of interest and fit, particularly in connection to its cost. Aside from the Nashville however, I’ve felt that Edwin was continually deficient with regards to something.
Alternate models have never made it the distance yet drifted some place along the line. They’re generally a lot in the middle of current and exemplary and keeping in mind that the thought to keep memorable subtle elements on present day cut pants may be decent, it never worked out by and by for Edwin.
The pants were never composed alright, to me, jeans buttons and rivets manufacturers to battle it out with the more present day brands or never felt sufficiently credible to make them alluring for the vintage-adoring sort of individuals.
Obviously somebody at Edwin felt the same and made the Edwin Vintage gathering which debuts this fall.
It comprises of 3 men’s models, 2 ladies’ models and a skirt. All models come in washed and two of the men’s models likewise come in crude.
The denim in the men’s models is 13oz selvedge while the ladies get 12oz selvedge denim, 100% cotton, no extend.
The washes are made by submit Japan and constrained to 150 pieces and in this manner accompanied a strong sticker price, but on the other hand they’re a portion of the best washes I’ve seen.
Edwin has not proposed to reproduce old vintage pieces down to the last atom, yet rather attempted to get the soul and general thought of the distinctive circumstances. In case you’re comfortable with the old 501s you’ll unquestionably locate some intriguing subtle elements in these pants.
The genuine vintage jeans are exceptionally significant however it does no fit our body and are not reall agreeable. Perhaps “exemplary” is a correct word. That is the reason we concoct our Vintage Collection, which is a blend of genuine vintage taste and present day innovation.
– Noritaka Imamura, Edwin Japan
The principal men’s model is the “Zip Tight Straight”. Like late 1960’s Levi’s it has a zip fly, is genuinely thin, has no shrouded bolts on the backpockets and the creases that join the pockets to the jean nearly keep running in parallell.
Not at all like 60’s Levi’s, which decreased beneath the knee, it’s a straight cut.