G-Star Raw was created in 1989 and is a Dutch clothing company that specializes in urban design clothing lines. Although the brand shirts, t-shirts, sweaters and coats in its range, G-Star Raw clothing is especially popular now because of its innovative use of denim. Due to the popularity of the trademark has been presented at prestigious events such as Fashion Week in New York in 2009 where the actors Alan Cumming and Heather Graham have been spotted wearing G-Star classic dark denim.
After changing his name from Gap Star G-Star jeans because of his international success, the brand has a name for himself by focusing on the use of RAW denim is unwashed and not that most jeans Denim from the first. The first took place in 1996 and was the source of the most successful brands. When you see the most pairs of jeans G-Star, you will see they are very influenced by military clothing and a large number of models to pay tribute to vintage clothing from the military in the world. Examples include mobile phone pockets, zippers on the arm of the pockets of jackets and innovative models of pocket most of their jeans.
When it comes to men’s designer clothing for men as G-Star clothing with Bench, Henley’s and Duck and cover are at the cutting edge of fashion and the G-Star Raw without G-star Jeans and innovative won many fans in the markets across the world. Paradoxically, while the brand is best known in the UK, the G-Star store is located in the city of New York in the United States. What distinguishes them from many competitors, there is strong political accountability and focus on supporting the communities in countries that are involved in the manufacture of its products. G-Star Raw GRSD, therefore, formed the Foundation in 2022 to assist in this regard and also has a strong emphasis on the supply of equipment by means of an ethical supply chain, production of sustainable products and minimizes their impact on the environment. So now you can not only watch the designer but also feel good about your purchase too. G-Star has continued to strengthen through his experimentation and innovation of product and it seems that their motto of “Just the product of the dividends.
As usual, the trend begins at the top of the tree of fashionable clothing men’s names like D & G, Versace, Prada, Lang, and co. have all brought their own salvation – falutin versions of this type. Filtering of the line, the best of street fashion clothing designer’s men took up the vibe – Bench clothing, G-star jeans, Henleys, Superdry and the rest. And all these designer clothes for men came from the same basic idea: variations on a theme to try to work hard.
But this is not just luck. Historically, fashion has always followed the economy. In the mid-nineteenth century at the height of the gold rush California, weaving hickory-shirts became popular because of their durability under very difficult working conditions for those who cannot always’ s expect high financial returns. And almost on denim hickory is favored for similar properties. Used in overalls and jeans everywhere today, it was first developed in the sixteenth century Genoa by a French family who came from the city of Nimes, wherein English “de Nimes” became “denim” and “Blue Genes” became “blue jeans”. The fabric was made because the poor merchant seamen wear his favorite disc double crossover construction.
Before 1939, most silks came from Japan, but after Pearl Harbor, silk has been interrupted and nylon was developed as a cheaper alternative vital. Today, the nylon is an integral part of all types of clothing on the street jackets to the ubiquitous, always very low.
But if we talk about ‘looks’ as opposed to fabric, the new theme of the winter is at least reassuring step in the direction away from metros tendencies who feel very suddenly, as if they belong to a different economic era, as the surge in sales of tights for men, or rush Beckham skirts. It is a reminder that in times of financial downturn, we need to insulate against the cold to come and maintain a positive spirit, zip-conscious outlook.
Joan Holt is a writer and stylist with a passion for the intersection between biology, technology and design. Raised in Bali and of Swedish heritage, She travels across the world have encouraged and informed a global perspective regarding the future of fashion and its relationship to planetary health. She is currently working for a sustainable fashion label in Bali, Indonesia.