Tag: Momotaro Jeans
Momotaro Jeans has been our staple brand since our humble beginning in 2008 and we’re still proud stockist and online representatives for the brand. It’s truly one of the brands that you have to experience to fully understand the attention to detail that goes into their products. With the growth of the brand, more stores are carrying Momotaro Jeans with more people thus getting an access to the brand. It’s also awesome to find more media catching up with the brand. Latest video we’ve found is by myfatpocket who released a video series focusing on Japanese denim. Their clip on Momotaro Jeans features our friend Tabuchi, explaining the fine detail that makes Going To Battle Label jeans. Check it out!
The time has come for another Bread & Butter Berlin fashion fair. Our friends from Japan will be present at the trade show from the 15th till 17th of January, so those in Berlin, do pay a visit to the guys from Momotaro Jeans & Japan Blue Jeans. Stay tuned for more…
It’s just so much you can talk about business and denim, so for the second evening out with the guys from Momotaro Jeans, it was less conversations about fabrics and more talk about everything else. Katsu and Kishi, got a tour around KL courtesy of John from Kronoz Store. We’ll be talking more about Kronoz later but it was nice of John to bring them around as I was pre-occupied for the entire day. I did however meet up with John and team Momotaro Jeans & Japan Blue for dinner. And a nice dinner it was.
Last two days had gone by rather fast. As hinted on our Facebook Page, we had some guests from Japan. Momotaro Jeans and Japan Blue brands’ representatives Katsuhito and Kishimoto.
I have not seen the guys since August 2010 when we represented Momotaro Jeans at Copenhagen Fashion Week. So it was great catching up. Many great conversations start with good drinks and so did this round. Mojitos anyone?
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.
We shared pictures and details of the new MS075 8oz denim shirt just few days back and the response has been good. We were asked for more Momotaro posts and info on the new goods and I just like to follow the, “ask and thou shall receive” line. So today I thought of posting more details on the shirt like measurements and pricing. Key information, heh.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do you think about this 8oz denim shirt from Momotaro Jeans. The 100% cotton deep blue dyed shirt features the same craftsmanship you would expect from any Momotaro Jeans product and deep (really deep) color give the shirt a very unique look. The MS075 is one of the new products for the SS2012 season for the Japanese brand. The silhouette for the shirt is slim though as with any Momotaro Jeans shirt, bound to fit very nicely. I would say the deep blue dye works very well with jeans from Going to Battle and Vintage Labels. If you are interested in the shirt, feel free to contact email@example.com for more details.
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.