Gamine Co. Workwear Jeans for Women

Made entirely in the USA, these tapered dungarees perform in both utility and style

While there’s been a boom in the raw selvedge denim market recently, there are still very limited style options for women—particularly those whose jobs ask a lot of their jeans. When Taylor Johnston, a horticulturist at New England’s treasured Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, couldn’t find work clothes that were both beautiful and functional, she decided to make them herself. Launched this summer is Boston-based Gamine …

CH Edition: 3×1 Pop-Over Shirt

Our latest collaboration project sees five classic abbreviated button-downs, made in NYC from rare selvedge fabrics

Almost exactly one year ago we introduced the CH Edition Pitmaster Apron: our first collaboration with NYC’s denim experts at 3×1. While the badass smock continues to take care of all of our needs when holding down the grill, our latest co-designed product—made in partnership with Scott Morrison and his team—offers something for everyday wear. And so, we introduce the CH Edition 3×1 Pop-Over Shirt, …

Black on Black Denim

An exploration of black denim manufacturing methods through six pairs of superior jeans

Though we’ll never turn our back on indigo denim, lately we’ve been thinking more and more about the world of black denim. A lengthy discussion with leading denim authority and Self Edge co-founder Kiya Babzani on the three main modes of making black denim led to the realization that there is a bit of confusion surrounding just what to call a solid black pair of …