Renowned for the production of superior denim, Edwin, which is an upside-down anagram for ‘denim,’ has shaped Japan’s fashion industry since its inception in Tokyo, 1961. The brand began by recycling denim left over from American soldiers after World War II, before translating the reclaimed-vintage workwear aesthetic into their own high-quality denim production. The garments are made in the Tohoku region of Honshu Island in Japan using unprecedented denim-making techniques, making them one of few Japanese brands who manufacture garments provincially. The influence of Edwin has since expanded to encompass a European line, whilst continuing to exhibit its valued Japanese heritage.


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