Read more at hypebeast.com/2020/10/bespoke-denim-bowery-blue-takayuki-echigoya-interview

— by Emily Suzuki: Takayuki Echigoya could easily charge an entrance fee to visit his workshop. Upon entering the space, which doubles as his apartment, visitors are greeted with rows of vintage Singer sewing machines, Levi’s patterns, antique work tables, a massive roll of Japanese denim and other denim memorabilia cleverly placed to replicate the atmosphere of an early 20th-century factory. It’s a Levi’s and Singer museum, expertly curated to live inside a compact Brooklyn loft — only there’s no admission fee, no tourists and no gift shop…

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