Tag: Copper Label
Today the mail man brought in a special package. Not only is it a brand new pair of jeans for a good customer of ours but also the first live pair of Momotaro Jeans Copper Label G019-MB jeans at NDH.
Momotaro Jeans’ new Copper Label jeans we mentioned some time back are getting more and more attention online. The new darker (in color) jeans will be soon available across selected stores worldwide. The New Copper Label jeans are dyed with darkest indigo available giving the jeans a truly deep blue hue. So if you love the detail of the classic Copper Label jeans but want slightly darker tone for your jeans, you might want to consider the New Copper Label jeans. For inquiries on the jeans, feel free to contact email@example.com.
Momotaro Jeans have plenty of exciting new products on the pipeline. One of the upcoming products is the new Copper Label Momotaro jeans. More details after the jump.
This picture deserves a posting on the NDH Blog. Haha, I just love the picture. Not just because it’s a pair of Momotaro Jeans standing on their own in the snow (WTF = Welcome To Finland), but because this just shows the creativity and passion that Project Wear and Tear is all about. Well done Tuomas.
Time flies, Project Wear and Tear kicked off over a year ago and based on the comments and feedback, it has been a fun project that has produced some really, really impressive results. That alone is enough to make this project a success. The major following throughout the project is just an icing on the cake. The project has progressed to the last stretch and we’re letting you, our audience decide the winner. Although I feel everyone participating in the project is a winner, we’re still sticking to the original plan and crowning the winner in one month’s time. Thus steer towards the Project Wear and Tear site and vote for your favorite from the top three. You can vote using the poll on the top right corner of the site. Right below search and above our support logos.
Another two weeks, more jeans, more wear and more tear. On my own accord, the past two weeks have been mainly documented in iPhone format, mainly as I have been buzzing around with no hope of catching a break or digging up a proper camera. But even though I have been flying around I still find some time for the fam’lay, especially Maxwell.
It has been very eventful 14 months. Business aside, we’ve witnessed birth of new generations and bid farewell to older generations. By no means has it been an easy year. Challenges ranging from business to parental duties and renovations, but still I say the year of the golden tiger treated us well. The business picked up and pretty much doubled from the first year. We’ve received plenty of love from both individual and business customers not to mention our partners and associates. It has been one interesting chapter in this crazy journey and through it all I have worn the same pants.
You should always quit while you’re winning. This applies not only to gambling but also life in general. This time, this also applies to my beloved Copper Label Momotaro Jeans that have accompanies me for over a year already. At 56 weeks (approx 1 year and 2 months) the jeans have traveled across the world, kept me warm during the winter and made sure I look the part whether I have been in meetings or spending a night out with some friends. The jeans have seen numerous cities in Finland as well as Copenhagen, Munich, Abu Dhabi, Kuala Lumpur, Genting and now they are retiring at my wife’s home in Tanjung Malim, Malaysia. I call the post “On top of the world” and although the highlands of Malaysia are not even close to the highest point on earth, I thought the title would be fitting.
This past week revolved pretty much around the Chinese New Year, it’s preparations and the festivities. Needless to say there was plenty to do and arranging the daily activities with all the preparations as well as launch of the Project Wear and Tear, not to mention our blog’s redesign. It was one helluva week. Just the other day I was asking my brother if he has busy day at school forgetting that it was already Saturday. But Project Wear and Tear has kicked off nicely and it’s very exciting to see people from all over the world participating in the project with such an enthusiasm. Big Like.
Living it up, or not, we’re still in Malaysia. Last week must have been the lousiest with regards to denim development and pretty much the most difficult week I have had in a while since, I spent the last 7 days sick. Common cold can catch you by surprise no matter where you are and it certainly swept the carpet from under my feet leaving me coughing and sneezing all week long. I tried everything from Chinese herbs to modern medicine, plenty of water, green tea etc. but in the end all I needed was some rest and time. Getting rest is easier said than done and I have already with so many projects lining up. And I’m not just talking about denim projects. But what about the jeans? Well, they spent most of the week in my good ol’ duffel bag just waiting for an opportunity to be worn, maybe even torn.