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Offbeat By Indigo Textile X ENDRIME®

A unique artisan collection designed by Mohsin Sajid of ENDRIME®️ in his West Sussex denim studio. Using the best sustainable denim fabrics crafted by Indigo Textile, including Circulose®️, Post Industrial Waste (PIW) Cotton, Regenerative Cotton, Tencel™️, Hemp and Linen.

The collection was sustainably finished by experts at Blackhorse Lane Ateliers using the UP-System technology from Tonello. This technology uses water-recirculating technology that reduces the liquor ratio needed in the drum. All of the garments were lightly lasered and treated with ozone wash-down technology, which is the Hyperchloride alternative. This collection has been carefully designed with an artist in mind, with an ethos of clean construction and workwear details dating from the 1870s.

The video is directed by Mohsin Sajid, Creative Director at ENDRIME®️, and styled by Kelly Harrington using the ENDRIME®️ Archive and photographed by Sadia Rafique, Art Director at ENDRIME®️.

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Mohsin Sajid About The Collaboration

Mohsin Sajid‘’This was a capsule collection called OFFBEAT, for Pakistani based Denim Mill Indigo x ENDRIME®. This to me was a lovely collaboration. Real creative artisan pieces. Highly complicated in construction. with a true 1870s ethos. Each of the fabrics was very special and a joy to make and construct.’’

This collection will also be shown at the upcoming Denim by PV show in Milan on the 5th and 6th of June.

Watch the Offbeat Video of the Indigo Textile x ENDRIME®️ collaboration here;

Image, booklet and video are provided by Indigo Textile.

Check more about Indigo Textile on their website here: www.indigo.com.pk and follow them via their social media channels by simply scanning the QR-code:

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Written by Wouter Munnichs
I'm the founder of Long John. Next to running this daily magazine, I'm working as a freelance denim specialist for the industry. Titled as 'Denim Influencer 2020' by Rivet 50. Celebrated my 10th anniversary with Long John in 2021.