Jeans have become an integral part of popular fashion for about 130 years. In all this time, they have embodied several messages and functions: they have been a symbol of rebellion, outlet for personal creativity, fashionable awareness and also evidence of generational insecurity – James Dean and “Rebel Without a Cause” witnessed it. Closely connected to this iconic pant is its fabric, the denim. A fabric that over the years has undergone changes both in processing and wash: just think that in the beginning was a material used exclusively for work clothes.
And the careful research, focused and consistent over the years, of the denim is the hallmark of 2M – Two men in the world, the male label of Compagnia del Denim. In this outfit I wear the jeans “JAPAN”, a baggy dark vintage model of the Fall/Winter 2014 collection, developed in collaboration with Kuroki Co. Ltd, Okayama, a Japanese traditional company that since 1950 produces high quality denim fabric. Thanks to the special weaving and dyeing method of yarn, the jeans presents unique shades and hues. From the same brand is also the shirt “KUSTER”, that stands by the impeccable fit, ideal to all situations and times of day.
To complete the look I chose a black tshirt by Boy London, the famous Adidas ZX Flux in a black-aquamarine gradient and the squared sunglasses by Valley.
I was wearing
Jeans: 2M – TWO MEN IN THE WORLD
Shirt: 2M – TWO MEN IN THE WORLD
Tshirt: BOY LONDON
Shoes: ADIDAS ZX FLUX
photo by Giacinto Mozzetta