Fashion November, 1 2013

Dyer & Jenkins To Offer Quality, Affordable Denim and Basics Made in America

Dyer & Jenkins founded by Josey Orr and Paul Matthew has a simple mission “Premium, American Made, Basic Clothing. Remarkable Prices.” The crowd-funded project came about after working in the industry and wondering if made in the USA could ever be an affordable reality for the kind of simple, basics everyone wears day-to-day. Everything cut and sewn in Los Angeles, the brand keeps costs low by making small batches of each product based on demand, each new item only produced if the the public give it the nod. At the heart of the line, two cuts of selvedge denim, straight and slim fit. Chain-stitched, of course, with smart touches such as leather patches and copper hardware, they plan to use both Cone Mills and Nihon Menpu at around 13oz each. Alongside, some basic tees and sweats in organic hemp, recycled denim and soft fleece, crew necks with flat-lock construction and v-stitch necks in a simple colour palette. Interested? Show your support over at the Kickstarter page with all kinds of offers and deals in return for your contribution. Step into the gallery for more