The Dawson Denim brand started with workwear aprons. These were inspired by original aprons used up until the 1960’s. Since 2012 Dawson Denim expanded their collection with jackets, jeans and bags. All the Dawson Denim products are personally tailored, each piece is one of a numbered run and in some cases very limited. All the patterns from their products are cut, graded and finished by hand. All are made in their own workshop in Brighton – UK using vintage sewing machines from the 1950’s. Today I want to highlight their great workwear inspired denim jackets.
Founders Dawson Denim: Scott Ogden and Kelly Dawson
Sack Jacket : DD03 White Selvedge. The jacket is made from 13oz indigo dyed white selvedge, a copy of a pre 1930’s quality. Woven on Japanese Imamura looms developed in the 1920’s
Sack Jacket : DD06 Wabash. Limited edition Wabash printed indigo dyed twill jacket. Only 10 will be made and are made to order. The jacket is made from 11oz Indigo Dyed printed wabash twill from Japan.
Sack Jacket : DD05 Neppy. A classic workwear shape first named a Sack jacket in the 19th Century. The jacket is made from 10oz indigo dyed neppy selvedge, a copy of a pre 1930’s quality. Woven on Japanese Imamura looms developed in the 1920’s.