Originally working as a manufacturer of workwear and uniforms for local workers, John Bull began creating original denim designs from their small factory in Kojima, Japan in 1967. Working with those famed Union Special sewing machines, the Japanese label bring us three indigo gems: a shop coat, denim and anti-fit pair of jeans. The long shop coat and denim jacket work with those roomy rounded pockets, white stitching and contrast cream lining under the collar. The jeans feature a loose fit, with a heavy taper, rear cinch and rounded pockets again. Each garment plays with indigo as their centerpoint, keeping that Japanese denim heritage alive.
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