Indigo People: Batik Technique Bandanas

Check out the latest  collection of bandanas from Indigo People. The bandanas are fully hand printed and dyed in natural indigo through a process called the Batik Technique. Brandon Msimanga I am the Managing Editor at Enjeanuity. I have a passion for denim, design and craftsmanship. twitter    tumblr   instagram   facebook  Advertisements

Denham’s Soap Nuts Clean Raw Denim

The basic premise of Raw denim is to wear your denim and develop unique fades that are a reflection of your lifestyle and experiences.  Amsterdam-based denim specialists Denham have recently found a way to rectify the sometimes-ridiculous cleaning procedures, looking to a more natural product: soap nuts. These naturally-growing nuts contain saponin, which is a sudsy, detergent-like…

Indigo People Autmn/Winter 2015 Lookbook

We’ve just received the Autumn / Winter 2015 lookbook from our friends at Indigo People. In this collection Indigo People keep exploring the traditional weaving and indigo dyeing techniques. Each product is an ultimate mixture of authentic texture, rich indigo color and authentic design that is handcrafted by passionate artisan following a long tradition and…

Nudie Jeans Spring 2015 Denim Accessories

Nudie Jeans latest collection for Spring 2015, they will be releasing a line of denim accessories. Using dry, selvage denim, a collectively praised textile used formidably by the company and consumers alike – the idea to cater to commuters, weekend travelers and professionals was one that seemed easy to consummate. Denim rucksacks, canvas bags, travel, and pencil cases work in unison…

Black Point Mercantile-Denim Goods

Jeremy Bennet uses his creative talent to repurpose old textiles and turns them into something new with a twist. He started at Portland Maine’s Rogue’s Gallery where he had the opportunity to cut his teeth and also held the role of Lead Designer of Bags and Accessories. He is now heading Black Point Mercantile which…

Indigo People’s True Nature Spring 2015 collection

Kasuri, a Japanese word originated from the Malay word ‘ikat’, was historically produced in Central, South and most of Southeast Asia. It became a traditional folk textile in Japan since the middle of the 18th century. Kasuri patterns have distinctive blurry edges, known as the soft edge technique, and look as if they were splashed onto the fabric.…

Warby Parker Fall 2014 Collection

New York based Warby Parker has been taking the world of luxury eyewear by storm by providing stylish high quality glasses at lower price than the existing alternatives. Their glasses are designed in house and sold directly to customers enabling the company to pass savings on to consumers. Warby Parker glasses are made using high…