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Edwin Denim – made in Japan film

January 5, 2012

For 35 years, Edwin Japan have worked on improving the efficiency, quality, construction and washing methods that goes into its denim by both studying and engineering the machinery that’s used in the denim manufacturing process. This short film is a look at the environment, machinery and people behind this well favoured denim.

The machines in the factory are completely unique and totally custom made. In fact there’s not a single machine which hasn’t been customised by the technicians in some way. The majority of these ‘technicians’ have worked at the company since its beginning and each is responsible for three machines on average.

They remain on these machines for the duration of the careers meaning the product you get is made having had the most skill possible put into it. Give this a watch for a never before seen look at what goes on in their factory.

For more information on the brand, or to find your nearest stockist, go to the website here: Edwin.

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