Rope Dye sends of a rare denim piece from the personal collection of Daniel Padilla Werner to the capable hands of Blue Print Amsterdam. A few weeks ago my good buddy and brother in blue, Daniel [...]
Canadian boot brand, Viberg, known for their quality and attention to detail have (perhaps) gone a little nuts! You might think it is the thing nightmares are made of. You drop over 700 bucks on [...]
A fascinating video from Indigo People demonstrates yet another way in which traditional printing and dying methods are used to amazing effect.
Indigo-Dyed Chucks. First-World Problem Solved I remember when I first got into denim and started trawling the blogs and forums for more info. One of the questions that came up far too often was, [...]
Think those blue jeans from 100 years ago are old? You ain't seen nothing yet! Take a look at the 6000-year-old indigo grand daddy of your blue jeans.
Kokeshi is handmade wooden dolls; a classic souvenir. By fusing two traditional Japanese crafts, the son of an acclaimed woodturner created Indigo Kokeshi.
Recently, Indigo People launched its Autumn/Winter 2014 lookbook and to celebrate its 1st anniversary two new special scarves were released.
In this exclusive interview, Rope Dye chats to Denham and London Cloth to find out about their AW14 Collusion project; a rope dyed natural indigo coat.