Pattern cutting and modern clean construction
From Great Britain to Japan, but first a step in the U.S., and then back to London again. This can be a quick recap of Mohsin Sajid’s life, the denim designer now at the head of Endrime clothing brand.
Before establishing Endrime Denim Workshop in his beloved London, Mohsin worked for the best denim brands: Levi’s, Evisu, Pringle of Scotland, John Richmond, DKNY and Timberland are some of the big names he collaborated with. In 2012 he launched his own worskshop where he has amassed some of the rarest working vintage sewing machines and collected well over 500 pairs of denim mostly vintage and archival pieces. Yes because Mr. Sajid is not only a designer, but a true denim connoisseur and enthusiast of this fabric (many times international universities invited him as lecturer on denim design, history and manufacturing processes). A denim specialist with an insane attention to detail and modernized construction. All things he put in his vision of ergonomic tailoring, pattern cutting and modern clean construction that are the core of the brand.
Modern and lost constructions methods live together in items created with the best Japanese denim onlue (Collect, Amhot, Kuroki, Kurabo and Kaihara).
Just have a look at this new ergonomic tailored denim!