Originally Named jeans Evis, after the Buddhist god of prosperity, Evisu Jeans were made in Osaka from pure American cotton. Hidehiko Yamane personally painted his famous seagull logo on each article, a long and expensive process that only produced a dozen jeans a day. Meanwhile in the early 90s, the vintage trend took on and evisu jeans were growing in demand. In 1997 Evisu Jeans took a leap forward when they were made on licence in Italy with the famous Japanese denim.
my price: RM700