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I'm here at 35 -- in new.
New York City it's a workshop for making custom fit jeans and here with Scott Morrison can develop this concept he's the owner and the -- -- I should say.
So you know we'll -- -- custom -- the first you've worked for every major design house extreme.
A little bit about how you got into.
Sure why sorted -- -- sixers are working.
Images business here in New York.
Can look for concept for brand called paper denim cloth and that was really one of the first three premium jeans to make -- the marketplace.
-- for 45 years then moved on us on the call earnest sewn.
That was my best guess -- -- -- -- And so that also had a couple -- here and in new York and also -- in Los Angeles.
And then really I think out of that whole process kind of came this labor of love -- -- -- love.
Maybe second or third time with with really salvaged and I'm.
In particular Japanese and American -- times.
-- -- -- that's what you're seeing right here on the -- the key to salvage cinemas is obviously produced on salvage shuttle them and it's narrow with fabrics are typically around where 628 inches.
The idea is.
This is really the way to -- was made up until probably mid fifties and sixties.
This is old fashioned old fashioned yeah it is and the beauty here if -- about -- -- we basically have this huge selection.
On this particular wall in about seven -- to eighty different items.
We're constantly rotating them in and -- of customers -- come -- and actually picked through the different fabrics what we do is we -- three types of services so the first level product is using coming off the street.
There's -- -- any of the different fits we have been confronted gene hopefully within two and twenty minutes -- you love when we allow you to do is pick the buttons.
And whether you want rivets are not on the -- we actually do -- hammer alteration while you wait so every customer no matter whether you buy a -- -- coaching innards -- regular ready to our collection.
You have the choice of going through and actually selecting the buttons and the rivets that schools you have.
For your products.
You're in a business where people -- -- you every single prayer now so how do you compete with that.
The you'll look we try to do to try to compete on the idea that we're gonna make the most exceptional products with -- and we start with -- -- -- like anything else approach -- -- do we start with basically the best ingredients so we try to do is we try to source -- you can't find anywhere else in the world.
We try to create this.
Experience for the customers never to -- we get anywhere else and quite frankly about that experience really starts here shop.
So when he walked in immediately see the dinner rolls when you move your way into the back we can actually see.
You know how much is made from start to finish and we allow you on every step of the way to -- will make.
They select products or I -- see the workshop actual values for the -- yeah mainly.
Three years ago concept witnessed publicly an ever existed it appears -- for most people -- progression wearing denim anywhere in the workplace are actually able aware that emanated out.
Doing whatever doing so.
It's become something where I think people approach at the same way they would have really massive thrust into in women's denim -- really focused on.
I'm a combination or -- materials so one of the biggest things we're seeing as we're seeing slim so what's again -- recurring -- absolutely but.
A lot of stretched applications we like mixing up the material still see things like color blocking and we're called channel -- mean we've been also seeing some trends -- -- stemming correct for sure for spring so.
Cut off shorts and a few little things and -- to the beach basically we start women's jeans started 195 dollars retail the go to about two or 65 dollars for regular ready to Wear chain.
-- this denim which again is all the shuttle them denim for men.
That's it -- -- -- turn 65 dollars retail and that's up to around 400.
Then when you just go into a custom aging north and obviously five point 5750.
Depending on the Roberts and -- and the complexity of the -- make him.
-- -- team is really a one time -- So we spoke processes such -- 12100 dollars.
That's a one time charge what that is basically as we make your pattern for you for digitize that pattern we keep on file here.
So when you won an order custom made -- set of -- one of our core fits and actually -- her own personal -- And hopefully don't gain any way that -- probably try to partner people.
That's yeah that's already -- so these are a couple different versions.
We've got to -- black.
We've got a one -- are -- -- -- three is what we call us here.
This is the one rents which is basically just washed once again -- to -- an unfinished -- on this team because it's fish or wash one's -- he's never external wash on -- And then there's a vintage garments for women who obviously -- they're salvage Robert.
The great -- -- super soft this is prone to favorites.
I want to -- all right it's time.
I'm gonna try these I'm.
The genes look great thoughts and Jeanne thank you so much it's my pleasure to have to assist me to face -- --
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