Japanese fabric is known for its premium construction and the skilled, artisanal craft required to make it. Recognised as one of the best in the world for research and tradition, Japanese textiles have always been a key choice in every 7 For All Mankind collection.
Japanese textiles are widely regarded as the best in the world, and with good reason. Using a complex method that demands artisanal experience, tradition and skill, the result is a fabric distinguished by quality and craftsmanship – values synonymous with 7 For All Mankind.
The Japanese really understand the subtleties of yarn character, and they happen to be particularly good at indigo dying. Japanese indigo dye is prized for its visual beauty and its particular indigo twill: deep, rich and bright blue hue. Today, Japanese mills are producing one of the best crafted denim in the world.
At 7 For All Mankind, we use Japanese fabrics not only to create some of our most precious denim, but also to craft our special pieces in twill and sateen. The fabric’s supple, stretchable yarn keeps its shape, while bounce-back recoverability makes for a second-skin fit. It’s also supremely soft and flexible, thanks to a special manufacturing process.