– A.P.C.
American workwear, like most things in the States, is brave. So consider A.P.C. A subtle – and decidedly French – opponent of a Yankee classic. The Parisian mainstay is known for clear lines and minimalist shapes, and the denim range with selvedges is no exception.

– Levi’s 501
Levi’s selvedge denim is more American than the weirdly expensive healthcare industry. Not only did the label boost the blue jeans trend in 1853, today’s edging is as sharp as the original Timberland fashion.

– Uniqlo
Buying denim can be a pretty boring task. And an expensive one. Reduce noise (and annoying prices) with Uniqlo’s Selvedge Denim, an affordable option that doesn’t compromise quality.

– Edwin
Edwin is the top floor of the Japanese selvedge – a fabric that is superior to most thanks to Toyoda’s vintage looms that reinforce the denim. In addition, the 70-year-old company was the first in the world to start stonewashing, an achievement that bodes well for its contemporary goods.

– Acne Studios
Don’t let the Scandi headquarters fool you. Acne Studios is looking for the perfect pair of jeans in all parts of the world and uses local Swedish design to provide an American with the finished item made in Italy.

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– Nudie Jeans
Maria Erixon, founder of the Swedish label Nudie Jeans, believes that denim should be a dynamic piece – something that develops character with every wear. To this end, every pair of jeans comes with dyes that change color while you wear them, as well as a fabric that gradually transforms into shape for added comfort.

– Carhartt WIP
Carhartt not only popularized American workwear, but also invented it. Treat yourself to a sweet relief in the WIP line of the Rust Belt brand – a collection that combines the Michigan function with the moods of Milanese Kacamata Rayban streetwear.

– John Lewis
John Lewis shouldn’t be discounted as the place where your mother gets her bath mat. For years, the British star has been producing a range of high-quality selvedge denims that give the regular high street a chance in every respect.

– Albam
In terms of the brand, Albam is just 11 years old – pretty much a teenager. What he lacks in heritage, he makes up for in quality. Every selvedge jeans is made in Portugal, one of the up-and-coming manufacturers of elite jeans, with numerous alternatives to the standard indigo.

– Rag & Bone
You may share a name with the reputation of traveling gypsies, but Rag & Bone is an integral part of the men’s fashion scene. The New York label gives the threads of New England city coolness, resulting in a line that is an old-fashioned Americana for the modern chest of drawers.