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Dename: Dutch Design Denim Overload

The Denim Therapy team has jeans on the brain 24/7, but is there such a thing as too much denim in your life? Dename, the Netherland’s purveyor of all things denim, says there’s always “room for denim.” Imagine a site that is a cross between a denim boutique and Etsy (except without the bizarre creations and grease stains passed off as “vintage”), and you get Dename. Need raw denim jeans? How about a denim sculpture to top off your home decorating? Looking for that perfect denim armchair? Better yet, the perfect denim computer chair which has built-in pockets? We may chuckle a bit with all the denim overload, but we dare say there are some really cool things made from jeans and denim scraps, thanks to Dename’s huge community of Dutch designers.

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Editor’s Note: We have been informed the Nudie Jeans pocket is authentic.  Love!  To view more denim apparel, denim art & home furnishings, go to Dename online.

—Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Nov 14 2011 in Denim Fashion

Artist Ian McChesney Makes Massive Levi’s Denim Sculpture

Ian McChesney has crafted this astonishing sculpture made of Levi’s denim. Part of the Levi’s flagship store in London’s Regent Street, this piece features dozens upon dozens of Levi’s jeans sculpted into an eye-popping sculpture. A must-see if you’re in the London area, this piece is made to celebrate the release of Levi’s new waterless denim

Levi’s @ Regent Street
174-176 Regent Street
London W1B 5TJ, United Kingdom
+44 20 7292 2500

Article sourced from Definitive Touch.

—DT Staff

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Posted May 12 2011 in Denim News

Denim Abuse: Weddings Edition

Shall we dance?


Matching dresses for the ENTIRE wedding party.

Matching dresses for the ENTIRE wedding party.

No wedding would be complete without the cake!

No wedding would be complete without the cake!

Perhaps a spring wedding?

Perhaps a spring wedding?

Because my friend Betty so eloquently described what she found at Tacky Weddings as “denim abuse,” I could not ignore what she had shared: examples of denim incorporated in (or at least suggested for) various aspects of a wedding. Although a couple of the dresses featured were actually art pieces, I couldn’t wrap my mind around it.  Why?  Why?  Because somebody can?   Enjoy the pictures for what it’s worth.

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Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Mar 28 2009 in Uncategorized
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