Cone Denim celebrates 125th anniversary with Current Elliott

With a history going back 125 years, Cone Denim is part of the denim tradition. It was created in 1891 in North Carolina, USA, where it still operates a manufacturing plant in White Oak, Greensboro, which produces selvedge denim.


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Cone Denim operates manufacturing facilities in China and Mexico too, and offers denim brands its expertise in natural indigo, its fabrics developed with an eco-responsible approach and a series of performance materials. The company is a supplier to several denim labels, including Nudie Jeans, Volcom, G-Star and Uniqlo, for its 'Made in America' line.

To celebrate its 125th anniversary, Cone Denim has created a collection in collaboration with Californian label Current Elliott. The US premium jeans brand wanted to highlight Cone Denim's know-how, and its creative teams, busy launching their men's line too, have designed unisex, straight-cut  jeans with a button fly.

The Wonderland company, based in Henderson, Kentucky, took care of the jeans' washing and manual sand-papering. The line features a 'classic fling' and a 'stiletto' fit for women, and a slim and straight one for men.


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The collection will be available in November 2016 on the label's website and at selected retailers worldwide, including Brick & Motor in Venice, California. Current Elliott is also distributed in Europe, notably in France.
 

Translated by Nicola Mira

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