Since 1938, Armor Lux has been designing quality wear strongly inspired by Brittany and the colors of the sea.
The Breton shirt was officially created by the 27th March 1858 Act which introduced this blue and white striped knitted shirt in the uniform list of the French seaman. It was said that this stripe allowed one to more easily locate a man overboard. Decades later, this shirt is no longer restricted to seamen.
Edwin is one of Japan's first denim brands ever. Authentic and innovative, priding itself on craftsmanship.
Edwin’s Autumn/ Winter collection for 2013 incorporates bold patterns, new denim washes and a seasonal colour palette, while still retaining a selection of popular classics made of fine fabrics. Take a closer look at the new ED Black Label or the beautiful 'Rough Rider Denim' in the ED-55 fit and as Post Gilet alongside the Storm Parka .
JAPAN BLUE JEANS
Japan Blue is a jeans maker created from legendary Japanese denim fabric mills, called COLLECT in 2010. Collect is the same fabric manufacturer behind Momotaro Jeans and has a deep routed tradition of denim making in Kojima, Okayama. They produce only basic five pocket jeans and save useless design, check out their newest models JB0716 and JB04A4 . Not only vintage but also innovative.
Japan Blue Jeans , made in OKAYAMA, Japan.
Our mission statement is to always have an ear to the underground and represent our own roots
in combination with the urban trends. Doing this for a decade now, our aims are still the same. Above all, we would like to make very clear that there are movements – on which we are focussed on - that are much more than just a short-dated trend everybody runs after. There’s a new call for durability to be appreciated. Among other, we at SUN/SET/STAR stock JAPANESE DENIM & BEYOND
NAKED AND FAMOUS DENIM / EDWIN JEANS / JAPAN BLUE JEANS / MOMOTARO JEANS / EAT DUST CLOTHING / FIFTIES DRESSES BY HEARTBREAKER / BIG JOHN JEANS
We interpret lifestyle mainly as a feeling of freedom – and we are here for the visual representation of it. We think „fashion“ as a part of the whole way of life, as part of culture itself. We‘re searching the globe for „the special“ in the sea of indifference. Keep in mind: The bitter taste of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten. FEEL IT