Ninja Tune have collaborated with IJIN Material on a limited edition range of denim.
The IJIN, (which means ?outsider? or ?black sheep? in vintage Japanese) is the creation of Philip Goss. Phillip was creative director of all Evisu products from 2001- 2003, and was also personal designer to Yamane (Evisu founder, Japan) in 2005. In 2006 he went on to create his own private label for Evisu Japan called " 9055 EVISU- Philip Goss Edition.?
" IJIN VERSUS NINJA " is the working title of a garment collaboration between two independent and free spirited creative labels. Ninja Tune have embarked on a brand new collaboration with premium left-field jeans label Ijin Material. ?Denim Innovator? Philip Goss does stuff with cutting and folding dry denim that?s far too technical and magical for us to be able to explain. It?s all to do, if we follow it correctly, with the quality of cloth, the angles at which you cut it and where you put the seams. Suffice it to say that his jeans feel and look great when you put them on and then just keep getting better and better.
The new ?Ninja? range features embroidered ?Ninja? eyes on the back pocket but most important of all, a cut and quality in keeping with the Ninja ethos (which can be summed up as ?wear very nice jeans whenever possible?).
The jeans are produced in a unique run of only 200 pieces, and have double leather waist labels, embroidered ninja mask rivets on the coin pockets and a choice of embroidered logo back pockets. The mini range includes one sweat shirt and two tee shirt designs
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