Paul Smith Jeans Meets Nihon Menpu of Japan

Paul Smith Jeans reveal the latest unique and innovative collaboration with Japanese denim mill Nihon Menpu.
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Paul Smith has always managed to push the envelope when it comes to collaborations and searching for inspirations from further afield. In recent years his iconic pinstripe design has been seen on the cycle clothing of boutique retailer Rapha, his own range of rugs, pens and furniture, through his venture with Capellini.

His latest enterprise is through the Paul Smith Jeans arm of his brand, in which he has collaborated with Nihon Menpu, a Japanese denim mill who produce old school selvedge denim, for a limited edition capsule collection of denim garments. As usual with Smith, it's not a straight forward, basic line of clothing denim is exclusive to his brand and is woven from sustainable farmed organic cotton from Uganda.

Key pieces from the collection include a zip up chambray shirt with check lining, graphic printed t-shirts, a reversible shirt, a denim jacket and two styles of jeans.

The jacket style, reversible shirt and chambray shirt will be hand numbered and signed by Paul Smith, maintaining the exclusivity, and bespoke which makes his brand so unique.

Prices start from £46 and are available from Paul Smith shops.

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