British men’s retailer Topman is going to launch a small Japanese selvedge denim line in partnership with the workshops of Kurabo Mills in Japan on June 4. The collection is made up of three different styles: two slim fit pairs of jeans - one comes in a raw finishing and the other in a worn-out vintage washing - and a denim jacket.

Prices for the Topman selvedge denim range start from €100 and the products will be available in stores and also online.

Kurabo Mills was founded in 1888 and is one of the oldest denim mills in Japan. In comparison with other denim fabrics, Kurabo Mills only utilizes natural indigo dyes. The collection pieces are meant to have a long durability and the jeans’ look gets modified by time.
The three selvedge denim styles that form the Topman capsule collection
The three selvedge denim styles that form the Topman capsule collection