Seems sometime since we featured any denim.

Dutch shop Tenue de Nimes has taken stock of an exclusive run of 24 pieces produced by San Francisco’s Tellason. Those familiar with Tellason might remember their interest in small batch store co-branded jeans, and if so let this be a first example. The denim itself comes from Cone Mills White Oak plant and features a specially designed patch from Portland’s Tanner Goods (the Tellason “T” fusing with the Tenue de Nimes cross).

In celebration of the release the shop has conducted a brief and thoughtful interview with Tellason founders Tony Patella and Pete Searson, now available on their blog.

Each of the 24 pairs is hand numbered and will run a shade under 200 Euro. Details after the jump.

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