The essence of these jeans encapsulates more than exceptional craftsmanship; it carries the very soul of time-honored traditions. They undergo a meticulous process of cutting and sewing to perfection, followed by a transformative journey at the prestigious Kyoto Montsuki dye house. This tradition traces back to the ancient Heian period, a time when black attire bore deep significance for both Buddhist priests and Samurais, symbolizing formality and respect. With a legacy spanning over a century, this dye house has mastered the art of employing natural pigments and intricate hand-dyeing techniques, crafting fabrics that are truly darker than the night itself.
Under the slogan of "Reconstruction of great old things", Studio D'Artisan is one of the iconic brands of Japanese denim. Founded by Shigeharu Tagaki and reproducing classics of French and American workwear since 1979, Studio D'Artisan takes pride in having been one of the Osaka 5.
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