What are Raw Jeans?
Raw denim is denim that is unwashed in garment form,” Murphy tells Vogue. “It has a clean look and a dark indigo color.” According to McDonald, “All denim starts as raw denim.
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G-STAR GREY REVEREND FWD SKINNY JEANS
These G-Star Revend Sun Faded Glacier Grey Jeans are crafted from super soft stretch denim fabric with a skinny fit. They have classic 5-pocket styling with a zip and button fly and are finished with a label on the back waist. Subtle fading gives them an effortless worn-in look.
G-STAR PACIFIC FADED TYPE 49 RELAXED STRAIGHT JEANS
The G-Star Type 49 jeans take inspiration from the American gold rush around 1849. These iconic jeans Type 49 sit on or above the hips, straight fit through the seat and thigh. This anti-fit cut offers great comfort, less wear on the seat, and a good-looking pair of jeans. Rivets reinforce the front pockets to enhance the hardcore long-lasting work-wear look with a twist on the coin pocket hidden inside.
G-STAR WORN DARK SAPPHIRE DSTAQ JEANS
The G-Star D-Staq 3D Slim Jeans combine a traditional 5-pocket construction with classic chino details. This jean Features 9 pockets in total. The coin pocket is repositioned toward the front and the side seam pockets have an additional snap closure. Horizontally placed seams at the back create an enhanced fit.
Is G-Star and G-Star RAW the same?
G-Star RAW (commonly called G-Star) is a Dutch designer clothing company, founded by Jos van Tilburg in Amsterdam in 1989. The brand specializes in making raw denim—unwashed, untreated denim.
What does G-Star RAW stand for?
From the beginning, they focused on denim clothing and marketed to an original, urban scene. This is how G Star got its name; through producing urban clothing aimed at ‘gangsters’. Gangster, when said phonetically, kind of sounds like G-Star, and hence, the name of the brand was born.
Do raw denim jeans last longer?
Raw denim is typically 100% cotton and can still be made into various shapes and styles. Clothing made from “selvage” fabric is known to last longer because it’s produced on a shuttle loom, which creates a tighter weave than the modern looms used for mass-manufactured denim.