Naked & Famous Sakiori Jeans Made Of Recycled Denim
Naked & Famous is known for its spectacular denim innovations. For this Spring-Summer, they just released another special: The Sakiori Denim. This special is made of 16oz Japanese rag cloth from recycled denim scraps.
What Is Sakiori?
Sakiori weaving replaces warp yarns with fabric scraps. Each scrap of denim comes in its shade of indigo and each one has edges that turn and fray. Over 250 years ago, Japanese peasants used Sakiori weaving to create whole rugs, garments from assorted scraps of fabric. With time and appreciation of the labor involved with making such irregular but invariably richly textured and colored cloth, such fabric became very expensive.
Special Details Of The Jeans
The jeans is stitched with tonal thread, is has a silver metallic button, and rivets. There’s a Navy premium suede patch.
Japanese Meets Canada
The composition of the Naked & Famous Sakiori jeans contains 85% cotton and 15% acrylic. The fabric comes straight from Japan. The jeans itself is sewn, and produced in Canada.