DALLAS, Apr 7, 2010 / FW/ — Throwing his hat in the ring of denim dressing, Academy of Art University alumnus Noah Landis launched Kent Denim, a new label that offers modern tailored silhouettes with a fashion forward aesthetic.
For Noah Landis, denim is the pivotal garment in a man’s wardrobe. Corollary to that, Kent Denim’s design philosophy is hinged on “a man’s wardrobe is more than just about clothes, but great garments to experience life in.”
Denim, after continuous wear, creates and attains a life story synonymous with its wearer. Consistent with Kent Denim’s core values, Kent jeans are milled in the USA; designed for the modern, style-conscious man; and constructed by craftsmen in the New York City’s garment district.
A part of the Kent Denim is the “Dead-Stock Denim” capsule collection which is made from materials that were produced by historic American mills that no longer exist. Jeans made from these limited materials produce a truly unique garment that can never be made again. Kent Denim’s website, www.kentdenim.com identifies retailers that carry this unique and limited product with dead-stock denim asterisk.
Kent Denim is currently available at the Blues Jean Bar (www.thebluesjeanbar.com) in San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Dallas and Chicago as well as Cry Wolf in New York City.
Kent Denim will be one of the lines on the runway at Stanford University’s Charity Fashion Show on May 15, 2010 and in the Berlin tradeshow Bread and Butter (www.breadandbutter.com) from July 7-9, 2010.
Photos courtesy of Kent Denim