Journal de Nîmes Nº10 – Amsterdam The City of Blue
By Samuel Trotman

Tenue de Nîmes release their 10th issue of Journal de Nîmes to highlight Amsterdam as the indigo capital of Europe.

May 16, 2014
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As the dust settles over Amsterdam after the successful launch of Denim Days, we take a look through the pages of Tenue de Nîmes 10th issue of Journal de Nîmes that highlights their proud indigo city.

“Is Amsterdam the jeans capital of Europe?” is the opening line of the latest issue of Tenue de Nîmes publication series, Journal de Nîmes. For the latest instalment Meno, René and Joachim tackle this question that has been buzzing around the jeans industry for the past few years with an edition that is dedicated to thriving denim culture in the Dutch capital.

The 10th issue introduces readers to some of the the stores local denim friends: Jason Denham, with an exclusive interview in his studio, Mariette Hoitink, co-founder and partner of House of DenimJeanschool and Amsterdam Denim Days, as well as a feature on some of the students from the Jeanschool. On top of that, the journal tells some other great denim stories from around the world from like The Real McCoy’s, Current Elliott, Huit Denim and an interview with Leslie Young, co-founder of LA denim brand Rogue Territory. And if you think thats not enough, then the guys also share a report on their recent trip to Tokyo and Kojima, Okayama were they pay tribute to the legendary Rampuya en Momotaro denim factories. Suffice to say its an incredible and educational read.

The paper version is available in store now and for fans abroad they’ve released it online too – check it here or take a read below.


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