New for this Spring/Summer 2024 season, we have taken on new brand Allevol.
Allevol was established in 2005 as a lifestyle clothing label in London by Taka Okabe, director of Clutch Cafe in London. With a primary focus on creating everyday wearable, quality products. The conceptual inspirations are all evolved into garments from vintage clothing, art, music and sport.
Now offering a Japanese Denim at Grey Flannel, we have the Roku Rokus (which translates from Japanese to the number 66).
The inspiration for the 'Roku Roku' comes from the classic denim styles of the late 1960's (1966 to be precise!). With a medium to high rise, the fit is on the slimmer side but not tight and offers a classic Ivy style look when worn. Available in two colour options, the indigo pair feature a rare left hand twill weave, inspired by a favoured pair of Lee denim which over time helps create a softer denim thanks to its more open weave.
The Kinari colour are a 12oz. weight and have a very similar quality and handle to made in USA Levi’s from the 1980s, which is a good thing!
All made in Japan, Allevols Roku Rokus come one wash as standard and feature a period correct Allevol paper patch with hand stamped sizing as well as a laurel wreath donut button fly and red selvedge ID.