The exclusive denim apron is the latest exciting collaboration by Dutch denim brand Amsterdenim. They joined forces together with the Jean School in Amsterdam, craftsman ByBoaz, sign painter Martijn Krabman, and retailer Black & Blue in Nijmegen, NL.
Together they created the ultimate denim apron to use for the BBQ season, or when cooking in the kitchen that delicious meal for friends and family.
The Denim Apron
The denim apron is made of 100% recycled denim fabric (80% comes from hospitals, 20% from recycled jeans from consumers) from Denim City in Amsterdam. Denim City is a center located in the vibrating city center of Amsterdam where they focus on craftsmanship and innovation within the denim industry. Located in Denim City is Jean School, the ultimate denim education to learn everything about denim.
One of the students, Benjamin Daniel, cut and sewn the apron, while the design is made by craftsman ByBoaz. He also made the natural vegetable-tanned leather straps for the denim apron. His logo is stamped on the back of the leather as a sign of his well-known quality. With time and wear the leather will age nicely together with the denim fabric. It will transform slowly into a one-of-a-kind piece.
On the picture, Barry van den Heuvel (owner of Black & Blue Store), Benjamin Daniel (student at Jeanschool), and Boaz Klein Haneveld (owner of ByBoaz).
The Lasered Logo
On the front of the denim apron, they lasered the design graphic ‘DENM CHEF’ which is made by sign painter Martijn Krabman. The design is lasered at Denim City.
The denim apron is made in a limited run of 50 pieces which are all uniquely signed and numbered. And, they’re packed in a special black box, so it’s the ultimate present for upcoming Fathersday, or for that special friend that deserves some denim coolness.
The Amsterdenim apron is made in collaboration with retailer Black & Blue, so, therefore, it’s also available at this must-visit store next to be for sale at the online store of the brand. Don’t wait too long as they’re made as a limited edition, remember?!