This jeans was inspired by the Japanese bush warbler, known in Japanese as uguisu, which is an Asian passerine bird more often heard than seen. Its distinctive breeding song can be heard throughout much of Japan from the start of spring.
Samurai this time, pushed it forward to create something with more texture and attitude. This was created use the "left hand twill" technique to create a very slub result using an old shuttle looms. It isa type of weaving where the lines of the twill go from the top left hand corner towards the bottom right hand corner. The left hand twill is a less commonly used weave type where the diagonal lines are often showed with better definition. This fabric is also woven with low tension which adds an incredible soft touch feeling, due to the mix between thick and thin cotton threads.
Made with mixed cotton yarns, coming from Brazil, Australia and America.