In the world of fashion, the trend is moving towards Raleigh Denim, a new denim brand launched by Sarah and Victor Lytvinenko, who produce each pair with the utmost care. Numbered at the beltline on a piece of leather, each jean is woven, sewn, assembled, returned, and hand dyed on machines that have, for the most part, traversed the twentieth century. In their South Carolina factory, the process is slow, careful and marked with the imprint of the artisans who are reviving the tradition of American Made Jeans. In their NoLita shop designed by OMA, the history of the coveralls that are consumed en masse in the United States takes on a welcome contemporary twist. So, it comes as no surprise that Barney’s has already made an order!
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