The origins of denim as a robust worker’s outfit come through here. The characteristic white seams of the woven edge, called selvedge, mimic the form of the weaving frame that was originally used. These days, coloured seams are used as a stylish vintage detail in denim. They can only be seen once the jeans are turned up.

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