The British tailoring brand Timothy Everest has collaborated with Japanese denim specialists Full Count on a limited edition pair of jeans.
The jeans have been made in 13.75oz selvedge denim with a tapered hem. Details include a Timothy Everest leather patch on the waistband and a pocket bag printed with a "Spitalfields Flower" design. They have been released in a limited run of 60 pairs, available at the Timothy Everest Redchurch Street store.
Timothy Everest, founded by the designer of the same name, has made a name for itself through its innovative approach to tailoring, based on deconstructing traditional silhouettes.
Founded in 1992 by Mikiharu Tsujita – a longtime devotee of vintage Levi's jeans – Full Count was the first Japanese denim house to use Zimbabwe cotton. It led a revolution in luxury denim production around the world. A proportion of the company’s profits are donated to NGOs that send money directly to the people of Zimbabwe.